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La Loma is a California-style find in Southern Indiana

December 12, 2017 superuser 0

Nearly four years ago, I wrote a piece about the “taco row” in Clarksville, Ind., in a stretch where I spent my formative years. Either I drove right past La Loma, located in a former fast-food joint, or it wasn’t quite open yet. Regardless, a friend mentioned La Loma to me, so I checked out […]

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Nominate someone for the Commitment to Compassion

December 11, 2017 superuser 0

For the honorees at the 2017 Commitment to Compassion luncheon, which took place at the Muhammad Ali Center in February, performing compassionate acts for others is a natural act. No one had to ask any of them to go above and beyond what was expected. They didn’t ask for extra compensation, and every one of […]

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Bevin says ‘time is fast closing’ on special session, blaming delay on ‘sexually reprehensible ways’ of legislators

December 11, 2017 superuser 0

Gov. Matt Bevin said in a radio interview Tuesday morning that there was still time for a special session of the Kentucky General Assembly to take up his legislation to change the state’s troubled public pension system, but that time was running out because legislators were distracted by the sexual harassment scandal among House Republicans. […]

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Low water pressure reported across Louisville after 48-inch water main break

December 11, 2017 superuser 0

By Adrianne Kelly | WLKY Low water pressure has been reported across Louisville after a 48-inch water main broke in the Shelby Park neighborhood. Crews were dispatched to the break at Oak and Clay streets shortly after 8 a.m. Tuesday. In a statement, Louisville Water spokeswoman Kelley Dearing-Smith said as of noon, Louisville Water was still […]

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Increase in renters may tighten rental market for low-income residents

December 11, 2017 superuser 0

This post has been updated. In its annual housing report released today, the Metropolitan Housing Coalition raised concerns that the rising number of renters in the Louisville MSA could place a further crunch on the availability of affordable housing for the region’s low-income individuals and families. “Additional higher income households entering the rental market could […]

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