April 4, 2013 - 3:23pm
Mayor Fischer makes a bet with Wichita's mayor
“I want to paint the town red – literally,” Fischer said.
Saying he wants the city to break its own “world record” for the most people wearing red in one day, Mayor Greg Fischer declared Friday, April 5, as Cardinal Red Day in Louisville.
March 18, 2013 - 5:53pm
“Lifelong learning should always look this cool and be this fun,” Fischer said.
"This is what a 21st century library should look like and we have it right here at Bon Air.”
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, Library Director Craig Buthod and a group of eager young teens were on hand this morning to officially launch the Bon Air Library’s new Teen Computer Center. Known as the “The Loft,” the teen center features ten new computers, contemporary seating...
February 22, 2013 - 10:17pm
100 years of Ford in Louisville celebrated at Carl Casper Auto Show
Dignitaries, public officials, and plain old car lovers, are joining together to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Ford Motor Company’s presence here in Louisville.
Today is Ford Day, out at the Carl Casper Auto Show, at Louisville’s Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center.  Dignitaries, public officials, and plain old car lovers, are joining together to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Ford Motor Company’s presence here in Louisville.Kentucky...
February 8, 2013 - 5:01pm
The first sunset of the Big Four Bridge's new life
Thursday morning was the first day of operation for the repurposed Big Four Bridge as a pedestrian walkway. In this slideshow from Louisville.com fashion writer Cameron Miquelon, the reader will get to see the experience in a (literally) different light.
Photos: Cameron Miquelon/Louisville.com.
March 7, 2013 - 3:48pm
Big Four Bridge
Folks can now leisurely stroll or bike across the wide Ohio River, between Louisville and Jeffersonville, without having to dodge cars or inhale truck exhaust fumes.
After years of delay, and with the expenditure of millions of dollars in public funds, the Big Four Bridge was finally opened to pedestrian and bicycle traffic today.  And Bob Manning was one of the first to cross the refurbished span across the Ohio River.Readers may recall that Manning was...