by Stephanie Crosby Louisville health officials are working to start programs that were funded through a federal grant announced in March. The Louisville Department for Public Health and Wellness received a stimulus grant for nearly $8-million dollars to fund community health and nutrition programs. Project manager Wendy Carlin says most of the work that has… Continue reading Health Officials Working to Launch Grant-Funded Projects
The Louisville Metro Housing Authority is preparing to resubmit an application for federal funds to demolish the Sheppard Square housing complex in the Smoketown neighborhood.
Louisville’s two flood disaster relief offices will close Thursday.
Kentucky’s smaller cities and counties, as well as a small number of schools, will be the beneficiaries of the latest round of federal stimulus dollars aimed at improving energy efficiency. The state’s 10 largest cities and counties are already receiving direct grants from the government, so this grant of more than 10 million dollars will help fill the gap.