No Picture
News

University of Louisville trustees fire athletics director Tom Jurich

October 17, 2017 0

After a lengthy closed session discussion at their meeting Wednesday afternoon, the University of Louisville board of trustees voted 10-3 to fire the school’s longtime athletics director Tom Jurich. This move comes three weeks after news of the latest scandal involving the UofL men’s basketball team broke, as the program was swept up by a […]

[…]

University of Louisville trustees fire athletics director Tom Jurich

News
October 17, 2017 0

After a lengthy closed session discussion at their meeting Wednesday afternoon, the University of Louisville board of trustees voted 10-3 to fire the school’s longtime athletics director Tom Jurich. This move comes three weeks after news of the latest scandal involving the UofL men’s basketball team broke, as the program was swept up by a […]

[…]

News

Ford recalls 1.3M F-Series pickups, including 2017 Super Duty

October 17, 2017 0

Ford is recalling more than 1.3 million F-150 and Super Duty trucks because a defective door latch could compromise driver and passenger safety. The company estimates that the recall will cost it $267 million in the fourth quarter, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Ford said that in certain 2015 to 2017 […]

[…]

News

CycLOUvia returns to the Highlands on Sunday

October 17, 2017 0

Don’t put that bike away for the season just yet. There’s one more chance to cruise the open road when CycLOUvia takes over the Highlands again on Sunday, Oct. 22, from 2-6 p.m. Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue will be closed to cars and other gas-powered vehicles from Douglass Boulevard all the way to Broadway, […]

[…]

News

Five months later, Google Fiber turns on its high-speed internet service in Louisville

October 17, 2017 0

Google Fiber has rolled out its internet service in Louisville’s West End, with its ultra-fast connection going for $70 per month. City and company officials said that by starting the service in an economically distressed neighborhood, they were sending the message that they are serious about making sure that every resident in Louisville can take […]

[…]

No Picture
In the Spotlight

Madeline Abramson, Nikki Jackson speak on opportunity in Louisville

by superuser in News 0

Two prominent Louisvillians, Madeline Abramson and Nikki Jackson, spoke on a variety of topics — what makes Louisville great, different types of discrimination and Jefferson County Public Schools — at a symposium Wednesday evening. The event, held at The Green Building in NuLu, was sponsored by Bridge Trust Title Group, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and […]

[…]