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More details, including information about jobs, have been revealed about a global technology firm's plan to build a distribution center in River Ridge Commerce Center. [Read More]
The majority still haven't, but thousands of drivers have paid their late tolls and fees since RiverLink announced last week that it would start suspending... [Read More]
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Chambers of commerce and the City of Louisville have been working "very, very hard" on the metropolitan area's application for Amazon's second headquarters, ahead of... [Read More]
Chambers of commerce and the City of Louisville have been working "very, very hard" on the metropolitan area's application for Amazon's second headquarters, ahead of... [Read More]
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Logan Hostettler takes pride in the fact that the restaurant he manages, The 1894 Lodge, is a community-focused business. [Read More]
Four children were taken to the hospital this morning after a Greater Clark County Schools' bus collided with a car on Laurel Drive in Jeffersonville. [Read More]
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Melissa DeLuca was convinced that she was going to die. [Read More]
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Thirteen years after River Ridge Commerce Center began acquiring United States Army property, the business and industrial park plans to wipe out its $1.7 million... [Read More]
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Thanks to economic growth in Southern Indiana and mergers with other local doctor's offices, Physicians' Medical Center in New Albany has grown substantially since the... [Read More]
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Laurie Haag says she feels like a fairy godmother, and she looks the part, too, with her golden waves, petite frame and warm nature. [Read More]
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Laurie Haag says she feels like a fairy godmother, and she looks the part, too, with her golden waves, petite frame and warm nature. [Read More]
Utica's reserve officer program, while not hopelessly so, was in a slight state of disarray after being reinstated in July, following five months of suspension... [Read More]
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The former Clarion Hotel Louisville North, now a Radisson, is back to being owned by a more-recognizable hotel brand, and one of the only things... [Read More]
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Not long after Mister "P" Express, Inc. opened in 1987 in Southern Indiana, founder Allan Parnell's wife, Bunny, suggested closing the trucking company's doors. [Read More]
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The owners of The Exchange Pub + Kitchen and Brooklyn and the Butcher are bringing another restaurant to downtown New Albany, this one a fast-casual... [Read More]
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Drivers in Indiana and Kentucky who owe tolls to the states via RiverLink will soon have a hold placed on their vehicle registration until they... [Read More]
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Rick Hauber recently saw an inexperienced shooter walk into his new 12-lane gun range in Clarksville with her partner. [Read More]
Rick Hauber recently saw an inexperienced shooter walk into his new 12-lane gun range in Clarksville with her partner. [Read More]
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As city and state leaders across the country, including those in the Louisville area, feverishly pronounce their willingness to do absolutely anything (even work themselves... [Read More]
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Kevin Sparks felt lost, even seven to eight years after he sustained the combat injury that left him in a wheelchair. [Read More]
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