In 1915, Louisville Collegiate School opened its doors at 512 W. Ormsby Ave. as a college preparatory school for girls.
Are you looking for a mellow and laid-back cat to call your own?
Aaron Scott has arrived at a dream job he never dreamed of.
Kip is a foster fail from Derby City Dog Rescue.
As the days get hot and the sunlight stretches Louisville days to a nearly ludicrous length, many people are looking for a...
Inside the mind of former Trunnell Elementary School principal Betty Stokes, creative ideas continuously arise.
Iâ€™m not going to lie â€“ Iâ€™m not someone youâ€™d describe as â€œoutdoorsy.â€
The death of Muhammad Ali was the loss of one of the greatest gifts to the world that Louisville has ever cultivated....
Thirty-five years ago, Jim Graven purchased the store where heâ€™d been an employee for 11 years. It was called Steepleton.
The Louisville area has no shortage of places to go and things to do to keep a family occupied this summer.
The Louisville Section of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) held their Closing Meeting Luncheon on June 1 at Vincenzoâ€™s.
On Friday night when word began circulating that Muhammad Ali, civil rights leader and three-time heavyweight champion of the world, had...