It’s unclear when the Veterans Administration will choose a location for a new hospital in Louisville. But Mayor Jerry Abramsons says he’s finished trying to influence the VA’s decision.
The list of possible locations for a new veterans hospital in Louisville is being whittled down.
The University of Louisville is touting its new offices for veterans and transfer students.
A decision on where to locate a new veterans hospital in Louisville is expected in the near future.
The Legal Aid Society of Louisville plans to expand its approach to helping veterans, thanks to a $79,000 grant. It comes from the non-profit organization Legal Service Corporation, which funds over one hundred legal aid programs in the United States. Legal Aid of Louisville Executive Director Jeffrey Been says it isn’t right for veterans to… Continue reading Grant to Boost Legal Aid's Services for Veterans
The Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America will hold a public forum today to discuss the endemic health risks of the Agent Orange defoliant used during the Vietnam War.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will hold a public meeting Monday at 1PM at the Clifton Center to get input on where the VA should put a new medical center in Louisville.
Kentucky’s policy on lowering the flag in honor of fallen soldiers has recently changed, and some veterans groups are opposed to that change. Under the previous policy, flags were lowered to half-staff to honor fallen soldiers who had served with a Kentucky unit. The flag remained lowered until after the soldier’s burial. Governor Steve Beshear… Continue reading Flag-Lowering Policy Upsets Kentucky Veterans