Bringing a slice of heaven to the Derby City, Louisville Pizza Week is set to launch next month.
The merger is expected to be complete by the end of the year.
The Norton Breast Health Center opened Monday, on the campus of Norton Brownsboro Hospital, at 4915 Norton Healthcare Boulevard.
As of May, there were fewer than 900 Sears stores, which is down from a 2012 peak of 4,000 stores.
Sears, which started as a mail order catalog in the 1880s, has been on a slow march toward extinction as it lagged far behind its peers and incurred massive losses over the years.
After Toys R Us: Toy sellers focus on ramping up shoppers' experience to compete with Amazon.
All signs point to a bankruptcy filing in the next few days. Sears' stock has fallen more than 50% in the last five days to around 35 cents a share.
Originally filed in 2009, the suit alleged that Walmart violated state law by failing to provide the seats.
New technology threatening to make some hotel jobs obsolete is among the concerns prompting thousands of Marriott workers to walk off their jobs across the U.S. in recent weeks.
Louisville business man Will Russell hopes to carry the legacy of Lynn's Paradise Cafe.
Hurstbourne residents opposed to the planned Topgolf at Oxmoor Center say the driving range has been playing Louisville.
A tractor trailer left from United Utility Supply on Champions Trace Thursday afternoon.
Supporters say the regulation is needed to free up parking meters. Opponents claim food trucks are being unfairly targeted.