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Louisville’s tourism industry draws in more dollars than any other city in Kentucky — not to brag.
Construction will go block-by-block through fall 2025.
The 2024-2025 mayoral budget is in deliberation — now’s your chance to make your voice heard.
Grab the handlebars for a ride down 4th Street.
It’s all in the family.
The forest is a nonagenarian.
This week, Louisville is honoring the Public Works Department that keeps the city clean and moving.
After last year’s Metro Government-led Preston Corridor Plan, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is beginning its own study on improvements to Preston Highway.
Founder’s Square is about to be a lot more green.
The funds will help further improvements + plan for the long-term future of the forest.
Louisville is full of passionate cyclists looking to improve city infrastructure and connect with other riders — so let’s get you up to speed.
It’s located outside of the Louisville Ballet headquarters.
This street project is for birds Cards.
Louisvillians will will be able to log on outdoors.
Spring cleaning called, it’s time to get rid of large items at the next free recycling pop-up.
Mayor Craig Greenberg’s plan totals $1.1 billion.
The octagenarian venue is still going strong.
Ditch the cash and coins when you ride the public bus.
The third attempt to renovate the Paristown Pointe complex is working its way through Metro Government.
Part of the Epping District, the theater is hidden beneath a modern space.
Louisville’s Code of Ordinances allows managed natural landscapes — under certain conditions.
Louisville Metro’s Office of Planning has released new info + data on middle housing
Genealogy, telescopes, and book club kits at your local library.
The series kicks off Thursday, April 11.
Take nature hikes, learn how to identify tree species, and take home a free sapling to plant in your yard on Saturday, April 13.
Louisville’s park family has a new member.
A conservation firm will be performing maintanance on several pieces of public art around LOU.
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