July 22, 2013 - 2:00pm
Trolleys cut new roads in South Louisville
A new monthly trolley service operating along New Cut Road and Southern Parkway made its debut Saturday in an effort to draw attention to the city south of Churchill Downs.
Saturday marked the debut of a new trolley service in South Louisville along New Cut Road and Southern Parkway between
July 19, 2013 - 12:36pm
Trolleys to cut a new road to Southern Parkway Saturday
Trolleys will depart from Churchill Downs to Jefferson Memorial Forest Saturday for the first-ever trolley hop through New Cut Road and Southern Parkway.
For years, trolley hops have taken place in NuLu and downtown along Market and Main streets, as well as along Frankfort Avenue and now in SoFo along South Fourth Street.
May 7, 2012 - 6:39pm
Jim King:  JCTC Distinguished Alumnus for 2012
“It is an honor to receive this award,” said President King. “The education I received at Jefferson Community College laid the foundation for my career. It was affordable yet excellent.”
Jefferson Community Technical College has announced Metro Council President Jim King will receive its Distinguished Alumnus Award today, in honor of his extraordinary community contributions in Louisville.  King will receive the award during the 2012 JCTC graduation ceremony at the Kentucky...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
A very well attended meeting in Louisville's Shawnee neighborhood discussed vacant properties, data surrounding them and public health issues such as opossums as tennants.
Yesterday afternoon Metro Council representatives Cheri Bryant-Hamilton, Attica Scott, Kelly Downard and Jerry Miller participated in a public meeting about housing, and specifically vacant and abandoned properties.Councilwoman Scott facilitated the meeting.The meeting, held at a tiny...
January 10, 2012 - 6:26pm
Louisville City Hall
"I am proud to say we are entering our tenth year as a Metro Government and as a Council and we have clearly matured as an institution. We have learned to work together to make our city all it can be,” said King. “I’m grateful for the cooperative bipartisan nature of that process. Frankly, most of what we accomplished this past year was done without any partisanship whatsoever.”
Monday evening, Louisville’s 26-member Metro Council convened for its first 2012 meeting, and elected its officers for the year.  Councilman Jim King (D-10) was reelected president, for the second year in a row.  King was the only councilman nominated for president, and received 24...