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Jan 27, 2015 First Wave of 2015 Forecastle Festival Lineup Announced

The Forecastle Festival will return this summer led by Louisville hometown heroes My Morning Jacket; soulful breakout star, Sam Smith; southern rock heavyweights, Widespread Panic; and indie veterans, Modest Mouse. The three-day music celebration, now in its 13th year, will take place July 17–19, 2015, at the award-winning Waterfront Park, a sweeping green space on the banks of the Ohio River framed by the skyline of downtown Louisville.  

Jan 27, 2015 Councilwoman Fowler reminds everyone the VITA program is now underway at Sun Valley Community Center

It is a free program that has helped thousands of low income families in Metro Louisville and returned millions of dollars to the local economy. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program is once again ready to help those who qualify to get the most from their income tax refunds during this tax season at the Sun Valley Community Center.

Jan 26, 2015 Forecastle Festival Will Dock at Waterfront Park Through 2019

Forecastle Festival, the nationally-recognized event held annually in Louisville, is here to stay.  Mayor Greg Fischer joined Waterfront Development Corporation president David Karem and Forecastle Festival Founder and Captain J.K. McKnight to announce Forecastle Festival’s five-year commitment to Louisville Waterfront Park. Under the commitment, the festival will take place in the award-winning park until at least 2019.   

Jan 26, 2015 METCO Approves Three Loans To Help Renovate Former KT's Restaurant

Three loans were approved in the amount of $160,000 by the Louisville Metropolitan Business Development Corporation. These loans will leverage a total investment of $785,000 to assist Le Moo, LLC, owned by Kevin Grangier, to renovate the property located at 2300 Lexington Road and prepare it for productive commercial reuse as a steak house with live music.

-          $10,000 accessibility loan

-          $50,000 façade loan

-          $100,000 business loan

Jan 25, 2015 Councilwoman Flood invites everyone to come out and get involved with planning of the new South Central Library

Councilwoman Madonna Flood (D-24) will host an informational meeting for the public to learn more about the proposed South Central Library on Tuesday, January 27th.