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GE Appliances workers reject new contract proposal

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A new sign at Appliance Park welcomes visitors and employees to "GE Appliances - a Haier company." | Photo by Boris Ladwig.

GE Appliances workers Tuesday night rejected a new four-year contract over concerns about frozen wages, lower starting pay for incoming employees and changing work practices that disadvantage older workers. Union leaders declined to reveal details about the vote, which occurred between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the union hall on Poplar Level Road. About […]

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GE Appliances workers reject new contract proposal

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November 27, 2016 0

A new sign at Appliance Park welcomes visitors and employees to "GE Appliances - a Haier company." | Photo by Boris Ladwig.

GE Appliances workers Tuesday night rejected a new four-year contract over concerns about frozen wages, lower starting pay for incoming employees and changing work practices that disadvantage older workers. Union leaders declined to reveal details about the vote, which occurred between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the union hall on Poplar Level Road. About […]

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Ciao makes a good first impression in former Baxter Station spot

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November 27, 2016 0

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For more than three years, the shotgun-style structure at the corner of Payne and Cooper streets sat empty. Rumors swirled about what might become of the building that once housed the popular Baxter Station Bar & Grill, a restaurant beloved by the neighborhood and many others. Finally, in recent weeks, it reopened as Ciao Ristorante, an […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Delta Dental expands commitment to arts in education

November 27, 2016 0

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In Louisville, we have a number of wonderful programs that expose our children to the arts — for example, school buses are regularly lined up at The Kentucky Center for the Arts for StageOne performances. It is easy to take for granted the opportunities we have to introduce children to the arts through musical performances, […]

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Fixing Kentucky Politics: Edelen and Jones tout new political movement

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By John Gregory | KET According to former state auditor Adam Edelen and current sports radio host Matt Jones, the best way to fix what’s wrong with Kentucky politics is to infuse the system with bright, energetic, committed individuals who may not be politically inclined. Edelen and Jones are making it their mission to find […]

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