Social media helps Louisville businesses get off the ground Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

Gaining a following online can open the door to different opportunities. For some in Louisville, it's led to the start of their own businesses.

Bullitt County to focus social media impact during ‘School Safety Week’ Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

Viral challenges on apps such as TikTok are leading to damages of school property, school officials said.


Louisville pastor celebrates 60 years of service and worship Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Rev. Charles Elliott Jr., 84, is a longtime Louisville civil rights advocate.

Funeral home director announces run for Louisville mayor Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

Oxendine said his first order of business would include restructuring the Louisville Metro Police Department.

The Vault: The implosion of the Belknap building in downtown Louisville Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

When the Belknap building was purchased and up for implosion, MTV and Warner Brothers jumped into action, making it a star-studded event.


Breeders’ Cup allows trainer Bob Baffert to compete, but with enhanced scrutiny Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

The Breeders' Cup states Baffert has agreed to extensive additional drug testing of his horses before racing.


Former Louisville All-American Dana Evans wins WNBA title with Chicago Sky Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

Dana Evans caps rookie year in WNBA win championship as member of the Chicago Sky


Louisville funeral home director throws his name in the mix for 2022 mayor’s race Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

Anthony Oxendine said he wanted to give back to the community during his announcement outside King Solomon Baptist Church on Sunday.


Join the Skeleton 5k October 17 Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

Have a day of fun in the park to celebrate the Halloween season at the Skeleton 5k Run/Walk Spooktacular Festival. There will be trick-or-treating for the kids and a 5k for the adults. Spooktacular! The festival begins at 2 pm with the 5k walk or run. That means you can go at whatever pace feels okay to you. At 3:30, the rest of the Spooktacular begins with trick-or-treating for the kids. Children up to the age of 12 can enjoy the trick-or-treating and get some free candy and goodies. Skeleton 5K Run Oldham County The 5k begins and ends at Wendell Moore Park, truly a beautiful spot. There's a huge lake here, tons of walking trails and lots of stuff to enjoy nearby. Wendell Moore Park is part of the LaGrange community, a huge neighborhood that's packed with small-town charm. Join Those Who Love LaGrange LaGrange is historic even when compared to the rest of Louisville. This community dates all the way to 1827. Today, it's a thriving neighborhood that has its own culture and personality. There's a library here, art galleries, restaurants, a local farmer's market and all sorts of amazing places to live. Brand-new homes are being built right on LaGrange because the demand to live here is so high. This is a quiet community full of modern and traditional homes with lovely front yards, attached garages and all those bells and whistles you look for in a home. The houses have multiple bedrooms and bathrooms. They're laid out in pretty subdivisions close to schools and parks and all that good stuff. You won't have to look around here for long to find out why so many people think of LaGrange as the perfect place to live. See if you think so, too! About the Author:  Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the - Your Louisville Real Estate Experts!

New mini-soccer field opens at Petersburg Park in Newburg neighborhood Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

A new soccer field in the Newburg neighborhood was unveiled on Sunday honoring members of Black Women's Player Collective and Black Players for Change.

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