- By Joe Sonka | Posted on January 10, 2019
State Sen. Damon Thayer, R-Georgetown, filed legislation Wednesday that would require local health departments with a syringe exchange to operate on a one-for-one exchange model, thus forcing Louisville to end its need-based model that is widely held to be the best practice among public...
- By Joe Sonka | Posted on January 2, 2019
Mayor Greg Fischer on Wednesday revealed his administration’s plan to spend over $500,000 in surplus funds on partner organizations providing temporary storage and shelter services to the homeless through the end of this fiscal year. In its last meeting of the year in December,...
- By Michael L. Jones | Posted on December 18, 2018
Hosts of the “Main Event Sports Radio” donated a vacant west Louisville home to Black Lives Matter Louisville’s housing program during a live taping of the show at the Toonerville Deli in Old Louisville on Monday night. “Main Event Sports Radio” is a local...
- By Michael L. Jones | Posted on December 3, 2018
The Healing Place's new men's facility will increases its capacity to help homeless men recover from drug addiction but it still might not be enough.
- By Michael L. Jones | Posted on October 17, 2018
South Louisville Community Ministries Director Clare Rutz Wallace brings international development experience to south Louisville.
- By Sara Havens | Posted on October 17, 2018
Doulapalooza is a way for expecting mothers to interact with Louisville-area doulas and garner more information, make more connections.
- By Michael L. Jones | Posted on October 1, 2018
Kim Moore will celebrate a prodigious anniversary on Oct. 5. The day marks 20 years without drugs or alcohol for the mother of four, who spent much of the 1990s with a crack addiction bad enough that her children had to live with other...
- By Mickey Meece | Posted on September 10, 2018
After the demise of the local designated driver service CityScoot, the Brown-Forman Corporation has quietly pushed to the fore an existing partnership with a national service called Dryver.
- By Lisa Hornung | Posted on September 7, 2018
PeteFest is back for its second year of music and advocacy against suicide and for research and treatment of depression and mental illness. The three-day event kicks off Friday, Sept. 7, and marks the beginning of National Suicide Prevention Week, which is Sept. 9-15. The...
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on August 23, 2018
Gone will be the days of shoving giant balls of plastic bags under the sink or in the pantry with the idea of one day repurposing them.