Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer’s campaign Twitter account has been hacked. The page has been inactive since February 2011, but a new profanity-laced message appeared last week.
1:06pm: Opposition forces are in control of most of Tripoli, but Moammar Gaddafi‘s whereabouts remain unclear. The Pentagon believes he’s still in the country. The rebel National Transitional Council reportedly has a 70-page plan for leading Libya over the next few months, but there are many unanswered questions. Will they turn over Gaddafi and his… Continue reading Unrest in Lybia, EPA Tours Eastern Kentucky: Today on Here and Now
The mayor’s office has announced the schedule and locations for three new upcoming meetings where residents can speak directly to Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer beginning later this month. Dubbed “Talk to Greg”, the sessions are held on the second Monday of each month at different locations throughout the city, where Fischer is joined by staff,… Continue reading Three Citizen Forums With Mayor Fischer Scheduled
by Stephanie Crosby A new website called Kix.com pledges to use the tools of social networking sites to help people find jobs. It includes employers and job-seekers in a 26-county area in Kentucky and southern Indiana. Mike Gritton with Kentuckiana Works, one of the groups involved in the project, says it’s a tool for those… Continue reading New Website Uses Social Networking to Aid Job-Seekers