New provisions related to underground utilities go into affect on July 14.
Fireworks, picnics and other Fourth of July traditions can be great fun for people; but all of the festivities can be frightening and even dangerous for animals. Noisy fireworks and other celebrations can startle animals and cause them to run... Continue Reading →
As families and friends gather for the Fourth of July holiday at backyard barbeques, cookouts and pool parties, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is reminding consumers to celebrate safely when using fireworks. At a fireworks safety press conference... Continue Reading →
Metro Council Passes Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Budget On Tuesday, the Metro Council passed the Operating and Capital Budgets for Fiscal Year 2018-2019. The Budget contains expenditures of approximately $877 million, of which $120 million will be spent on capital projects.... Continue Reading →
The number of people in Louisville who are getting hepatitis A continues to grow. As of today, there have been 478 cases reported with three of these cases resulting in death. Here are 10 key things to know: The hepatitis... Continue Reading →
The Louisville Farmers Market Association (LFMA) has released its annual “Local Food Guide.” The Guide maps out the city’s farmers markets, as well as New Roots’ Fresh Stop Markets. It highlights each market’s hours of operation, as well as methods of payment, including... Continue Reading →
You've seen the progress with the installation of poles and the new traffic signals that now hang from them, so why isn't the new traffic signal at Ormsby Lane and Wetsport Road working? The short answer is that the signal... Continue Reading →
Pool Safely is a national public education campaign that works with partners around the country to reduce child drownings and entrapments in swimming pools and spas. On average, more than 4,000 children under the age of 5 annually require emergency department... Continue Reading →