- By Michael L. Jones | Posted on May 23, 2019
Catholic Charities of Louisville could be forced to leave south Louisville if a resident’s landmarking petition prevents it from tearing down two historic buildings in order to construct a new headquarters at its current location on South Fourth Street.
- By Lisa Hornung | Posted on May 6, 2019
Alley Cat Advocates, Louisville’s Trap, Neuter and Return organization, has been offered a large building to rent from the city and is now raising funds to create a Community Cat Complex where it can better care for community cats. The building, directly behind Louisville...
- By Lisa Hornung | Posted on April 18, 2019
The Louisville-based startup Lenderfit, a company that helps banks simplify the process of lending to small businesses, began its beta launch Wednesday. The company’s co-founder and CEO David Taliaferro spoke to 1 Million Cups the same morning, discussing the challenges of getting small business...
- By Darla Carter | Posted on April 9, 2019
Organizations that serve people in need have a new way to connect the public with useful services. Tuesday, Metro United Way, Louisville Metro Government and the Jefferson County Public Schools formally unveiled United Community, an interactive technology platform to connect residents with resources in...
- By WLKY | Posted on February 25, 2019
By Deni Kamper |WLKY The Louisville Presbyterian Seminary has taken 25 acres of land off the market for 30 days. The move comes after people who live in surrounding neighborhoods expressed concern about future development on the land. Alta Vista Neighborhood Association president Kyle...
- By WLKY | Posted on February 21, 2019
By Shaquille Lord | WLKY The Presbyterian Seminary is selling 25 acres near Cherokee Park because it says upkeep expenses for the area are simply costing too much. But that decision concerns some people who live in the nearby Alta Vista neighborhood. The list price...
- By Michael L. Jones | Posted on February 12, 2019
St. Peter's United Church of Christ is redeveloping its Russell property into a retail and office space called The Village @ West Jefferson. The project should break ground by May.
- By Michael L. Jones | Posted on February 7, 2019
Social commentators Antonio Moore and Yvette Carnell were featured speakers at the West Louisville Forum: Solution for Urban America on Wednesday at the St. Stephen Family Life Center.
- By Lisa Hornung | Posted on February 4, 2019
The Anchal Project, a nonprofit clothing and textiles seller founded and based in Louisville, is partnering with Madewell and its products will be on display in more than 120 Madewell stores in the United States and sold online. Quilts were selected by Madewell to...
- By Michael L. Jones | Posted on January 30, 2019
Ekklesia Christian Life Ministries open a day shelter to help the homeless of south Louisville. Now, it wants the city to end the concentration of homeless services in downtown Louisville.