While he is currently on Kosair's Board of Directors, he said it’s his First Amendment right to express unhappiness with a politician’s performance — something he stands by.
For many participants, the project is a metaphor of what they have been through.
“We’re upset about it but we got to do what we got to do,” said Check’s Café bartender Tanya Reid.
With tens of millions of people currently unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, finding a job can be especially challenging.
Bradbury was stationed in Okinawa, Japan and fought in the Battle of Peleliu. He later went on to open and run Shepherdsville’s Skate-o-rama.
More than 80% of the 1,100 Trimble County families surveyed chose in-class learning over virtual, nontraditional instruction, according to Superintendent Jessica Wilcoxson.
Shortly after 5 p.m., several protesters were sitting on the front lawn of the home, locking arms, surrounded by police.
Saturday night, dozens of family members and friends gathered at the scene of the crash to remember a life taken too soon.
Louisville health experts say there are four aspects when it comes to who is getting tested and when.
The Bourbon Manor Bed and Breakfast’s 100-year-old barn caught fire around 2 a.m. It is believed the fire was started as a result of a lightning strike.