Dec 3 2018 Eventbrite will now host online ticket purchases for Iroquois Amphitheater

The historic Iroquois Amphitheater has changed its ticketing point of sale system from TicketFly to Eventbrite effective immediately. Eventbrite purchased TicketFly in September 2017.

“As a result of this change, the ticket purchasing experience will occur more smoothly,” said Dana Kasler, Interim Director of Louisville Parks and Recreation. “It’s going to be much better for the customer.”

Dec 3 2018 Mayor Fischer announces expansion of American Printing House for the Blind mobile app to Louisville Metro Hall

Mayor Greg Fischer today announced that Metro Hall is now equipped with beacons tied to a mobile app to help people who are blind or visually impaired navigate indoor public with audio cues.

The mobile app, Nearby Explorer Online, was developed by Louisville’s American Printing House for the Blind and is available for free on Apple and Android devices.  

Dec 3 2018 Air Pollution Control District Proposed Permit

The Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (District) proposes to renew a FEDOOP operating permit for Keebler Company (baked goods manufacturing plant), 2287 Ralph Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky, 40216, in accordance with Regulation 2.17. The 30-day public comment period starts on December 4, 2018, and ends on January 7, 2019. A public hearing may be scheduled if the District determines that there are germane, unresolved issues or substantial public interest, in accordance with Regulation 2.07.

Nov 30 2018 Improvements at Ninth and Ali

Mayor Greg Fischer joined AARP Kentucky State President Charlotte Whittaker today to celebrate safety improvements at Ninth Street and Muhammad Ali Boulevard made possible by the AARP Livable Communities Initiative.

Nov 30 2018 Neighborhood Place Partners Host Holiday Festivities, a Women's Empowerment Group and Much More

Neighborhood Place joins with community partners to host the Park DuValle Holiday Festival on Dec. 1 featuring visits with Santa and a holiday concert, and a Kwanzaa Reception on Dec.

Nov 30 2018 Councilwoman Shanklin hosts “Light up Newburg” set for Petersburg Park

Metro Louisville will continue the celebration of the holiday season when Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin invites District 2 residents to Newburg-Petersburg Park for this year’s “Light up Newburg”, on Saturday, December 8th.

Nov 30 2018 Listen to the latest episode of the 8 More Miles podcast with guest Councilwoman Angela Leet now!

Available on iTunes, Soundcloud or your podcatcher of choice. 

Nov 30 2018 Mayor Fischer appoints Lisa Osanka as Director of the Louisville Metro Housing Authority

Mayor Greg Fischer today named Lisa Osanka as Director of the Louisville Metro Housing Authority (LMHA), a post she’s held on an interim basis since April.

Nov 30 2018 President James releases a statement on behalf of the Metro Council on the death of Wayne Estopinal

Metro Council President David James (D-6) releases a statement on behalf of the Louisville Metro Council after learning of the death of Wayne Estopinal, a founding owner of LouCity FC.

Nov 29 2018 City celebrates safety improvements on Ninth Street at Muhammad Ali

Mayor Greg Fischer joined AARP Kentucky State President Charlotte Whittaker today to celebrate safety improvements at Ninth Street and Muhammad Ali Boulevard made possible by the AARP Livable Communities Initiative.

Nov 29 2018 Cyclist Photobombs Proposal

Local cyclist rides between couple mid-engagement on the bridge over Beargrass Creek in Cherokee Park. The couple is looking for the cyclist in order to invite him to their wedding.

Read the story in the Courier Journal by clicking here.

Nov 28 2018 President James to welcome Adrienne & Company’s newest bakery to Old Louisville

President David James (D-6) will officially welcome District 6’s newest business on Thursday, November 29th when Adrienne & Co. opens its newest bakery cafe at 1212 S. 4th Street.

Nov 28 2018 City celebrates safety improvements on Ninth Street at Muhammad Ali

Mayor Greg Fischer joined AARP Kentucky State President Charlotte Whittaker today to celebrate safety improvements at Ninth Street and Muhammad Ali Boulevard made possible by the AARP Livable Communities Initiative, which supports community efforts to increase livability and safety for residents of all ages.

Nov 27 2018 The next District 12 “Coffee with your Councilman” set for Saturday, December 1st

Councilman Rick Blackwell announces the last “Coffee with your Councilman” for the year on Saturday, December 1st. It is a chance for residents to meet with their Councilman and discuss any issue or concern they may have within the district.

Nov 27 2018 New Albany Looking to Make Rails to Trails a Reality

Old and abandoned CSX trails in southern Indiana could now be transformed into recreational trails.

Read the WHAS11 news item by C.J. Daniels here.