Victims of domestic violence will now receive Emergency Protection Orders (EPOs) more quickly in Jefferson County by using a new electronic process. “Individuals seeking a protection order previously faced an inefficient and often a lengthy process that relied on paper copies and (officials) had to walk the floors to find a judge and for approval,”… Continue reading New Electronic System for Emergency Protection Orders Announced
Spokesperson Steven Bowling says the gift cards make it safer for residents to shop for their children.
The Louisville housing is part of an $8.8 million scattered-site project. There are twenty-six units under construction in Paducah, Murray and Morehead.
Outgoing director of public health Dr. Adewale Troutman says his decision to step down was not entirely politically motivated.
Troutman announced Tuesday he would leave Louisville for a job with the University of South Florida.
Denise Vazquez Troutman will relocate to South Florida with her husband, and is stepping down as president and CEO of the Center for Women and Families, which helps victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence.
The Louisville-based band My Morning Jacket announced today it will perform at the new KFC Yum! Center this fall. My Morning Jacket will perform at the new arena Oct. 29 with the Louisville Youth Orchestra, with some of the proceeds going to the organization.
Tuesday is the Center for Women and Families’ second-annual denim-day.
We’ve all felt it these past several months, the mounting tension, the low level but persistent anxiety over the economy. But for some of us, it’s more than just a bad feeling. Economic stress is taking its toll on American families, from an increase in domestic abuse to stressed out kids to older people on fixed incomes just trying to get by, often while taking care of elderly relatives. So what’s a family to do?