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The former Passport site at 18th and Broadway continues to languish. Neighbors wonder, who is in charge and what's the plan?
The district’s interest could breathe new life into a prominent site that Louisville officials managed to fully privatize over 20 years despite its lack of development.
Molina’s $8 million purchase of the site renews hope that something will replace the rusty steel frame that Passport abruptly left behind in 2019 when the organization’s finances deteriorated.
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- 158-acre historic southern Indiana farm to be transformed into public park
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- Gordon Ramsay of 'Hell's Kitchen' set to open southern Indiana restaurant
- 'Clerical error' may have delayed Richard Allen's arrest for Delphi murders for years
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- Popular barbecue restaurant in Oldham County planning to reopen Friday
- Weeklong fall break included in JCPS 2023-24 calendar
- Empty Space: Churchill Downs Paddock demolished to pave way for $190 million upgrade
- Kentucky's infamous 'Cocaine Bear' to get big screen attention