Ford to invest $700M, add 500 jobs at Louisville truck plant Tuesday, Sep 27 2022 

According to Gov. Beshear, Ford supports nearly 120,000 direct and indirect jobs in the state and has contributed more than $11.8 billion to Kentucky's economy.

        

‘It’s not just LGBTQ themes’: Controversial book will remain on JCPS shelves following vote Monday, Sep 26 2022 

In a unanimous vote, JCPS School Based Decision Making Council members decided to keep the book in the schools.

        

Louder Than Life, Bourbon and Beyond bring in millions of dollars for Louisville Friday, Sep 23 2022 

Both festivals are expected to bring in $20 million in economic impact for Louisville.

        

Atlanta based developer buys hundreds of apartment units across West Louisville Wednesday, Sep 21 2022 

Some say they are concerned about the developer not having the West End's best interest in mind. Those part of the deal say they will be there for the tenants.

        

Kentucky starting over to upgrade unemployment computer system Friday, Sep 16 2022 

The unemployment insurance office struggled to handle a crush of jobless claims during the COVID-19 pandemic.

        

Churchill Downs Inc. agrees to buy Ellis Park in cash deal Friday, Sep 16 2022 

Ellis Park is south of Evansville, Indiana, and it runs a summer thoroughbred racing meet.

        

New scholarship program at Centre for underserved students Thursday, Sep 15 2022 

Officials said the funding will allow more than 120 students who might not otherwise be able to afford Centre to attend the college.

        

‘Give for Good’; Donate to the Crane House to continue supporting community resource Wednesday, Sep 14 2022 

The Asia Institute Crane House has become a community resource for a number of families from India, China, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Korea.

        

‘Inflation is ridiculous’: Louisvillians still feeling the economic burden Tuesday, Sep 13 2022 

Tuesday, a new report confirmed that inflation is not slowing as much as expected; inflation is at about 8.3% compared to a year ago.

        

How to help Louisville students get private school education tuition-free Tuesday, Sep 13 2022 

Their class sizes are small and the school days are long, but students at Nativity Academy like it that way.

        

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