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Here are some of the stories we’ve covered this afternoon, in case you missed them.

A coal miner has been killed in an equipment accident in Letcher County. The accident was at the Hubble Mining Company’s Number 9 mine at Eolia in Letcher County.

A week after the Louisville Orchestra management threatened to replace musicians who had not agreed to a final contract offer, talks have resumed.

After struggling to a 2-4 start, the University of Louisville football team has won three straight games and will become bowl eligible next weekend with a win against Pittsburgh.

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is permanently reopening the front doors of Metro Hall, which have been closed since merger in 2003.

And Louisville Collegiate School officials say one staff member remains hospitalized in stable condition from last week’s bus accident; all students have been discharged.

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Fischer to Reopen Metro Hall’s Front Entrance

by admin November 7, 2011

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is permanently reopening the front doors of Metro Hall, which have been closed since merger in 2003. The opening will be held November 19 on the front steps at 1 p.m. and is a free public celebration that includes tours of the building and music by local choirs. Fischer is following […]

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City Hall Front Entrance Re-Opened

by Gabe Bullard December 15, 2010

Visitors to Louisville’s City Hall can now use the building’s front door. The 6th Street entrance has been re-opened, and one city lawmaker says it’s an important symbol for the city.

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City Hall Front Entrance Renovations Underway

by Gabe Bullard August 24, 2010

Crews will spend the next month refurbishing the front entrance to Louisville City Hall. The work is part of a plan to improve security in the building.

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Community Art Gallery Set Up at City Hall

by scrosby April 8, 2009

A Community Art Gallery is being set up at Louisville’s City Hall.   Metro Council President David Tandy says they’ll start taking submissions on Monday from student, amateur and professional artists.  He says a committee of artists and curators will determine what will hang in public spaces at City Hall. “We do have to keep […]

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