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LG&E Archives — Broken Sidewalk

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Homewood Suites hotel rips up parking lot at Seventh and Market

Bill Weyland isn't the only one in town digging around in preparation for a new hotel. Tim Mulloy and the Poe Companies have also...

Head of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet resigns, utility company engineer appointed acting...

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) Secretary Mike Hancock resigned last Thursday, according to a press release from the KYTC. No reason was given to Hancock's...

Louisville Loop opens another 2.6 miles of shared-use paths in Southwest...

On the heels of announcing three new bike lanes in Russell and California neighborhoods, Mayor Greg Fischer today dedicated a new segment of the Louisville...

Series examines coal’s bleak future and the battle lines being drawn...

Nearly 200 old coal power plants have closed in the last five years, and dozens more are on the brink of closure, John Cushman...

#LouCityReads: A rate change at LG&E could hurt investment in efficiency,...

James Bruggers' Watchdog Earth column at the Courier-Journal exposed a potential flaw of LG&E's planned rate decrease and subsequent meter fee increase: it could discourage investment...

Saved! Armory Place Building Survives Death Again

Kudos to LG&E for doing the right thing and not razing one of Downtown's tiniest structures. The utility substation on Armory Place is on...

Demo Watch: Armory Utility Sub-Station At Risk

One of downtown Louisville's tiniest buildings is in danger of demolition after a wall shifted a few inches as crews were performing utility work....

Op-Ed: Putting Damaged Land to Good Use

I was reading an article recently about mountaintop removal (MTR) coal mining and got to thinking... How many square miles have been cleared in Kentucky...

Electric ‘Lattice Towers’ Reduced To Stumps

The electric "Lattice Tower" on the Museum Plaza lot and its counterpart "Lattice Tower Mini" under the Ninth Street interchange are effectively gone. If...