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‘The Living Room’ says program is in jeopardy

A program that has kept hundreds of Louisville's most vulnerable citizens out of jail and hospitals is in jeopardy. Updated: 5:25 AM EDT May 16, 2018 Lauren Adams  LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A program that has kept hundreds of Louisville's most vulnerable citizens out of jail and hospitals is in jeopardy. The Living Room and dozens of [...]

2018-05-16T07:45:59+00:00

A CALL TO LEGISLATORS: VOTE NO ON HOUSE BILL 169

MEDIA ADVISORY April 10, 2018 A Call to Legislators: Vote No On House Bill 169 What: The ACLU of Kentucky, the Louisville Urban League, and the NAACP are issuing a call to legislators to vote no on House Bill 169, the “anti-gang” measure pending before the Kentucky Senate.  For weeks, community leaders have shared [...]

2018-04-10T16:37:45+00:00

Fischer administration unveils two-year action plan to address opioid epidemic – Insider Louisville

The Fischer administration unveiled its two-year action plan to address Louisville's worsening opioid epidemic on Friday, part of a 78-page report detailing the challenges the city faces and recommended strategies to combat the recent increase in drug overdoses. By JOE SONKA | March 16, 2018 3:53 pm The administration of Mayor Greg Fischer unveiled a two-year action [...]

2018-03-18T00:29:13+00:00

We Mapped Development in West Louisville | Louisville.com

Much has been written in recent years about the economic challenges facing west Louisville, and they are indeed daunting. Much has been written in recent years about the economic challenges facing west Louisville, and they are indeed daunting. For 60-plus years, people, capital and resources have flowed out of this area to other parts [...]

2018-03-18T22:48:08+00:00

Felon Forgiveness | Louisville.com

On a slushy Saturday morning in mid-February, hundreds of Louisvillians stand outside Roosevelt Perry Elementary School on West Broadway, the line wrapping around the building and snaking into the POSTED ON: 9 MAR 2018 - 3:57PM BY ERIC MATTHEWS On a slushy Saturday morning in mid-February, hundreds of Louisvillians stand outside Roosevelt Perry Elementary School on [...]

2018-03-18T22:43:45+00:00

Community leaders ‘offended’ by West Louisville revitalization meeting

Some offended when speaker dismissed city's history of redlining Updated: 7:04 PM EST Mar 8, 2018 Emily Maher  LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Several community members said a meeting to discuss plans to revitalize West Louisville offended many in attendance.The meeting was hosted on Wednesday by the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development. Governor Matt Bevin spoke about [...]

2018-03-18T23:20:44+00:00

Moving Day – The Voice-Tribune

Tears and hugs accompanied The Reily Reentry Project, a Feb. 17 clinic helping people erase past criminal offenses from their records. February 28, 2018 Story by Steve Kaufman Close to 1,500 people lined up outside Roosevelt Perry Elementary School on Broadway between 16th and 17th streets on a cold Saturday morning in mid-February. The [...]

2018-03-18T23:16:20+00:00
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