Louisville-original businesses spotlighted during ‘Small Business Saturday’ Sunday, Nov 27 2022 

Louisville made the switch from big box stores to small, local shops on Saturday as customers flocked to storefronts to "shop small".


Louisville businesses already feeling impact of potential for recession Thursday, Nov 17 2022 

A regional economic update came amid high inflation nationally and multiple interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve in 2022.


Louisville business leaves downtown citing string of violence experienced near store Thursday, Nov 10 2022 

Owner Charlie Reed says police and city officials were responsive each time, but he says the location remains unsafe.


Louisville businesses offering deals, freebies for voters Tuesday, Nov 8 2022 

Just walk in with your "I Voted" wristband.


‘It’s gonna make a big impact’: MELANnaire Marketplace to open storefront in mall St. Matthews Saturday, Nov 5 2022 

Starting Nov. 18, MELANnaire Marketplace will join over 130 stores and several dining options at the mall.


Norton Commons to welcome local Mexican breakfast, lunch restaurant Tuesday, Nov 1 2022 

The business's announcement comes a week after opening their fourth location on Hurstbourne Pkwy.


Paristown Village Market | A ‘great addition’ to Louisville’s budding food scene Wednesday, Oct 26 2022 

A place where local and independent restaurants can thrive.


You can enjoy unique ‘Hot Brown’ dishes at these 15 restaurants Monday, Oct 24 2022 

Some of the craziest creations: Hot Brown Pizza, Hot Brown Mac & Cheese, and even Hot Brown Oysters!


Black-owned businesses struggle to thrive in Kentuckiana Tuesday, Sep 27 2022 

A Louisville business-owner may have found a way to make people interested in Black-owned businesses.


‘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.


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