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Get ready to pay for parking at Waterfront Park

August 22, 2017 0

The Waterfront Development Corp. Wednesday afternoon approved a plan to charge Waterfront Park users $3 to park; the vote was 6 to 3. The $3 fee, which will be good for three hours of parking, is estimated generate roughly $215,000 for WDC after fees are paid to the company that manages the parking operations. David […]

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Get ready to pay for parking at Waterfront Park

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August 22, 2017 0

The Waterfront Development Corp. Wednesday afternoon approved a plan to charge Waterfront Park users $3 to park; the vote was 6 to 3. The $3 fee, which will be good for three hours of parking, is estimated generate roughly $215,000 for WDC after fees are paid to the company that manages the parking operations. David […]

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Soprano vs. Snow: Monthly Roast series goes after HBO characters this weekend

August 22, 2017 0

The debate promises to be a heated one as the Louisville comedians of Character Assassination present “The Roast of HBO” this weekend at The Bard’s Town to find out which character is the best. Images of Tony Soprano in the face of Jon Snow spring to mind, while Carrie Bradshaw sits in the corner sipping […]

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Six Vogt Award winners to receive $25,000 and mentorship

August 22, 2017 0

Six startup companies received $25,000 and 12 weeks of mentorship and education from the annual Vogt Awards on Wednesday morning. The Community Foundation of Louisville and GLI’s EnterpriseCorp are partners in the program, which was founded in 1999 through the Vogt Invention and Innovation Fund, a fund established by inventor and philanthropist Henry Vogt Heuser. The winning […]

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West Nile mosquitoes found in Louisville

August 22, 2017 0

The Department of Public Health and Wellness has found West Nile-infected mosquitoes in surveillance traps in six Louisville ZIP Code areas. The ZIP Codes are 40204, 40205, 40206, 40208, 40212 and 40214. “It’s common for us to find mosquitoes infected with West Nile in Louisville around this time each year,” Public Health and Wellness director […]

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KET: How the state ranks in recent ‘Kids Count’ report card

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By John Gregory | KET The 2016 Kids Count report card from the Annie E. Casey Foundation ranked Kentucky 35th  among all states for overall child well-being. While that’s a better ranking than the commonwealth had a decade ago, Kentucky Youth Advocates (KYA) Executive Director Terry Brooks says there’s still room for significant improvement. His […]

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