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Louisville Regional Airport Authority names new executive director

January 16, 2018 superuser 0

The Louisville Regional Airport Authority board of directors on Wednesday approved the appointment of Dan Mann to the role of executive director of the airport authority, according to an announcement from the airport. Mann is currently executive director of the Columbia Metropolitan Airport in South Carolina. He will begin his new job on March 1, […]

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UofL braces for funding and program cuts in Bevin’s budget proposal

January 16, 2018 superuser 0

Gov. Matt Bevin unveiled his proposed two-year state budget Tuesday night, which seeks to cut the General Fund appropriations of most government agencies by 6.25 percent — including that of Kentucky’s higher education institutions. While this is only a proposed budget and its details may vary from what is passed by the Kentucky General Assembly […]

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Metro EMS looking for new recruits amid EMT shortage

January 16, 2018 superuser 0

By Gianna Caserta | WLKY Louisville Metro Emergency Medical Services is looking for its next class of EMTs. Like many other departments around the country, Metro EMS says it is dealing with a shortage of trained EMTs and is operating with minimal staff. Forty recruits will be selected to go through a four-month, paid training […]

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Garage Bar hosts ‘Feminist Mini Fest’ for all on Sunday

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On Jan. 21, 2017, nearly 500,000 people, including many Louisvillians, descended upon Washington, D.C., for the first-ever Women’s March on Washington. The event was inspiring to many women and sent a direct message regarding women’s rights to the Trump administration, as it was intentionally held the first day the president took office. Lauren Titus, general […]

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Goodwill downsizes planned Shelbyville Road building

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Goodwill Industries of Kentucky has decreased the size of its proposed new store along Shelbyville Road, but nearby Beechwood Village residents remain concerned that the development will exacerbate existing problems with water backup and open the door for the more commercial development. Goodwill plans to file a formal application soon to rezone three properties — […]

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Louisville Public Media president Michael Skoler steps down

January 16, 2018 superuser 0

Louisville Public Media president Michael Skoler announced Wednesday that he is stepping down as president and general manager to pursue other interests. Skoler relocated to Louisville to take the position on Dec. 1, 2016, succeeding Donovan Reynolds, who retired earlier that year. The executive committee of LPM’s board has tapped executive editor Stephen George to […]

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Tips for creating the perfect resume

January 16, 2018 superuser 0

The new year brings new opportunities to make significant changes in your life, no matter how great or small they are. For some, a career change may be on the horizon. Others, meanwhile, may have resolved to start their career or are planning to re-enter the workforce after being away due to layoffs or life […]

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