Sweet Peaches reopens in Russell neighborhood with help from Black entrepreneurship program Friday, Jul 23 2021 

"We're going to keep it moving and we're going to thrive. I'm going to thrive. I'm going to help the next person thrive," owner Pamela Haines said.


Pop-up held for Black-owned businesses in Louisville Monday, Jul 19 2021 

"We want strong vibrant businesses in this community. We want vibrant Black-owned businesses in this community," Lyndon Pryor, Urban League engagement officer said.


Ramen House owner rewards staff with trip to Las Vegas Wednesday, Jul 7 2021 

The local noodle spot closed its doors for a week. The owner said his team is taking a much-deserved break.


Fischer outlines funding to support Black, minority-owned businesses in Louisville Friday, Jul 2 2021 

A large portion of the funding will go to the West End Opportunity Partnership.


Business returns to St. Matthews strip mall 2 years after devastating fire Thursday, Jun 17 2021 

The local-owned sporting shop was one of three businesses destroyed in a fire on Breckinridge Lane in June 2019.


New food delivery service launching in Louisville Wednesday, Jun 16 2021 

Foodching is set to kick off at end of June and focuses on sustaining local restaurants by eliminating the service cost.


Businesses struggle to find seasonal employees, look to teens to fill gap Wednesday, Jun 9 2021 

Now that school is out for the summer, teens are entering the seasonal workforce. But this June, businesses are still looking for workers.


New donut shop seeking to hire people with disabilities Monday, Jun 7 2021 

The co-founders of Hole Lotta Love Donuts, said the business' mission is to give people living with disabilities a chance to have a job.


More than a dozen businesses looking for new employees at NuLu hiring event Monday, May 24 2021 

Several organizations are looking to fill openings from servers and baristas to teachers and hospitality workers.


Stop the Robocalls Sunday, May 16 2021 

The WHAS11 robocall section covers the who, what, when, where of these annoying calls and ways consumers can advocate to stop the robocalls.


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