January 8, 2013 - 3:30pm
Louisville Water Company Pumping Station
Louisville Water will bring the Pumping Station to closely resemble its original pre-Civil War condition.
A project to restore the interior of one of the city’s National Historic Landmarks begins this month as Louisville Water Company kicks off a restoration project at its original Pumping Station. The project will renovate and restore the interior of Pumping Station No. 1 which was built between...
November 19, 2012 - 10:25am
For the kids: St. Jude Give Thanks. Walk.
For all of the little brave boys and girls all across the world
The signs on their backs said it all. A simple but gratifying phrase graced the backs of participants in the St. Jude Give Thanks. Walk Saturday morning, simply saying, “I give thanks for…” For every single walker who sported that sign, an innocent young child’s name...
April 3, 2012 - 11:00am
The Earth Day party of the century rages on all month at the Louisville Zoo
Who says Earth Day can only be celebrated on April 22? The Louisville Zoo is challenging this notion by hosting a whole month's worth of Earth Day festivities that honor the beauty of our environment and promote the Zoo's ongoing conservation efforts.
Earth Day was established more than forty years ago as an environmental "teach-in" designed to raise awareness about ecology and the preservation of our precious ecosystem. Since then, and thanks to its official sanction by the UN, it has been celebrated every year in more than 175...
January 30, 2012 - 3:15pm
Louisville Water Company Pumping Station
“Louisville Water’s history is Louisville’s history and it is rich with scientific and engineering innovation and architectural achievement,” said Louisville Water President & CEO Greg Heitzman. “This project is part of our longstanding commitment to preserve the infrastructure and stories about the people who have guided us to where we are today.”
Louisville’s beautiful Water Pumping Station, on River Road at Zorn Avenue, is scheduled for a major make-over soon.  More than 150 years of Louisville Water Company history will be preserved, renovated and put on display as the company gears up for a $2.35 million interior restoration...
September 25, 2011 - 6:42pm
by Eve Lee
A summary of local news for September 16, 2011
    •    Bullitt County judge unluckily strikes smoking ban. [Courier-Journal]    •    John Ashcroft sings. [Courier-Journal]