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The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, which expects approval of its purchase of Caesars Southern Indiana this fall, also created a holding company.
The week-long event will celebrate the flavors of African American, African and Caribbean cuisine in Louisville and across the Southeast.
REPORT: Former TARC leader cost organization nearly $2M from sexual, financial misconduct
May 12, 2021
The report released Wednesday is the second public probe into former Transit Authority of River City Executive Director Ferdinand Risco since he left the public transportation company in February 2020...
Businesses don’t invest in marketing that doesn’t provide value. Ask the potential influencer to share references, previous case studies of successful partnerships or even success metrics from previous...
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"If individuals in recovery are willing to do the hard work to break the chains of addiction, our system shouldn’t hold them down."
This week on the Access Louisville podcast, we talk about a handful of new restaurants that are opening up in spite of challenges facing the restaurant industry and others these last few months.
It is one of several changes planned to state restrictions as Kentucky's economy continues to open up.
If the positive steroid test is confirmed for Medina Spirit, Mandaloun would be declared the winner of the 2021 race.
Yum acquired this burger chain in March 2020. It has 293 locations, the vast majority of which are in 11 states in the U.S.
Burrito chain to open new St. Matthews location
May 07, 2021
A second restaurant is already in the works for a new-to-market chain that just opened its first Louisville location a few months ago.
Heine Brothers plans second South End location
May 07, 2021
The approximately 1,800-square-foot shop will feature an outdoor patio, indoor café seating and a drive-thru.
Gov. Andy Beshear loosening capacity restrictions on events, businesses later this month
May 06, 2021
After an initial setback in his career, a Louisville chef with a passion for creating his own dishes is starting something new on Frankfort Avenue.
This shop got its start as a pop-up in 2006 before opening a brick-and-mortar location in Norton Commons in 2007.
KFC is looking to fill the thousands of full-time and part-time positions nationwide, which vary by restaurant but will include jobs at all levels.
A veteran in the Louisville restaurant industry is behind this new place. The more than 5,000-square-foot restaurant gets its name from its three-pronged approach to its menu offerings.
ICYMI: Scenes from the 2021 Oaks and Derby (PHOTOS)
May 03, 2021
Fans flocked to Churchill Downs for The Kentucky Oaks and The Kentucky Derby this year — here's what you might have missed.
The LEE Initiative has a new headquarters that will soon be a home base for the mentees in the Women Chef and Spirits Program.
Medina Spirit is the 2021 winner of the Kentucky Derby. He came into the race Saturday evening with 12-1 odds but led the entire way.
It's a big bet, but it's all in the name of a business promotion. We'll have to wait a few more hours to see if Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale loses any sleep on this one.
The best Derby memories | Access Louisville podcast
April 30, 2021
It's good to be heading back to Churchill Downs this year after last year's odd Kentucky Derby Day. We chat about Derby plans, favorite memories and how to make Derby Day even better on this week's...
Yum Brands Inc.'s stock got a lift during trading hours on Wednesday following first quarter earnings results that beat analysts' estimates.
That's My Dog invests in new food truck operation
April 27, 2021
That's My Dog, which opened in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic last year, is investing in a new mobile unit as the business continues to grow.
UofL said it will pursue other gifts and funding sources for the roughly $12 million facility, which will include between 28,000 and 35,000 square feet of space.
The sports world is expecting to see the Kentucky Derby run with significantly diminished capacity in the stands later this week. Let's look at how it compares to other major sporting events.