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Young people set to lift the spirits of Louisville’s seniors one Valentine’s Day card at a time

Louisville Metro Meals on Wheel’s recipients are set to receive handmade Valentine’s Day cards created by youth volunteers from across the country for the fourth annual Love Letters campaign. 

I Am Ali festival celebrates legacy of Muhammad Ali

The previously announced “I Am Ali” festival, celebrating the legacy of native son and global humanitarian Muhammad Ali in his hometown of Louisville, has expanded from an original ten days to six weeks, due to community interest in the event.

UofL, Empower West Louisville marks Black History Month with music, dance, speakers

The University of Louisville and Empower West Louisville will mark Black History Month with several public, free programs. 

Free Radon test kits for National Radon Action Month

The Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness wants you to know the dangers of radon and encourages you to test your home. The department is offering free radon test kits while the supply lasts.

Louisville Distilled Publisher John Guthrie selected for Bingham Fellows Class of 2017

From a very competitive pool of candidates, forty-one community leaders have been selected to participate in the Leadership Louisville Center’s Bingham Fellows Class of 2017, and Louisville Distilled Publisher, John Guthrie, was one of them.

The 15 cities where you can live really well on $60,000

Looking to do better in the year ahead? That may simply boil down to where you choose to live.

Allegiant offers Louisville new flights, low fares

Allegiant rang in the new year by announcing service to a new city – ours. In addition, it is offering one-way fares on the new routes, some as low as $44.

Can music bring the bluegrass state together?

Since the November election, Teddy Abrams has begun to rethink his public responsibilities and in the process to imagine a new role for orchestras in bridging cultural and political divides. 

City, UofL marks legacy of MLK with public events, day of service

A tour of Louisville-area civil rights sites, a movie, performances, poetry and a day of service are some of the ways the city will honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. 

GLI Annual Meeting to celebrate Muhammad Ali, Louisville Regional Airport Authority

GLI’s Annual Meeting brings together the largest gathering of business, community and civic leaders for one night, at one location, for one big celebration.

Local philanthropist Brook Smith donates $100,000 to AMPED

Dave Christopher started with a simple dream. As a father concerned about violence and the lack of opportunity for youth living in Louisville’s West End he wanted to offer young people in these neighborhoods a safe place to learn and grow.

Get Lit Lou, adult winter reading program, launches

Get Lit Lou (short for Get Literary Louisville) is the Louisville Free Public Library’s brand-new winter reading program for adults, encouraging everyone to “read responsibly” this holiday season.

Christmas tree disposal, free mulch for home use

Metro Public Works will provide curbside pickup of Christmas Trees beginning December 27. Drop-off sites are also available, and some will recycle trees into mulch or home use.

TARC seeks student artists for Design-A-Bus contest

TARC and TreesLouisville, Inc. are partnering this year for the 18th annual Design-a-Bus contest, featuring artwork by schoolchildren throughout Louisville and Southern Indiana.

Louisville selected to receive $29.5 million HUD grant to jumpstart Russell revitalization

Vision Russell is becoming a reality thanks to a $29.5 million implementation grant through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Choice Neighborhoods Initiative program.
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