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Business

  • Pioneer Village looks at purchasing property

      PIONEER VILLAGE - After years of discussion, the Pioneer Village City Council is finally in a position to purchase the Hiram Gibson property located adjacent to Becknell Hall.

    In order to complete the purchase, the council made two financial moves to guarantee funding of the purchase.

  • KentuckyOne Health Jewish Hospital honored with Mission: Lifeline achievement award

     LOUISVILLE —Jewish Hospital, part of KentuckyOne Health, has received the Mission: Lifeline® Gold Receiving Quality Achievement Award for implementing specific quality improvement measures outlined by the American Heart Association for the treatment of patients who suffer severe heart attacks.

  • Local firm not pleased with city's bid process

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Highway 44 sewer improvement project is ready to begin in Shepherdsville.

    The city council unanimously approved a motion to accept QK4, the project designer, to serve as the project inspector to oversee the work.

    The council approved QK4's inspection offer despite receiving a lower offer from Armstrong Engineering.

    Arthur Jones, representing Armstrong, addressed the council just prior to the official vote.

  • Farmers’ Market in Shepherdsville Saturday

     CEDAR GROVE - In the shadows of a thriving business park, located on what once was ample farmland, locals will again be able to acquire farm products.

    A new Shepherdsville Farmers’ Market has been established, located at 172 Buffalo Run Rd. off of Cedar Grove Rd. near the House of Quilts.

    The market will be available every third Saturday of the month through October, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

  • Furniture, variety store looks to be good fit for MW, Bullitt County

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Growth and a warm community have brought new store—F & B Furniture & Variety Store-- to Mount Washington.

    Owner Faith Roberts, of Bardstown, said she chose to have her store in Bullitt County because there was no store like it here and “thought it would be a good fit for the area.”

    “We didn’t want to go to Louisville and Mount Washington is up-and-coming, has a lot of potential for growth,” she said.

    Roberts said the whole community has been so welcoming since she opened May 5.

  • Grand Opening: Zounds

     Kevin Franke was joined by his wife, family, friends and members of the business and government community recently to cut the ribbon on his second Zounds of Louisville location.

    This site is located on Smyrna Parkway at the Gene Snyder Freeway.

    The store provides professional assistance for those experience hearing difficulties. The unique hearing aids developed by Zounds is available through over 200 locations coast-to-coast.

  • City OKs budget after lot of talks, changes

      SHEPHERDSVILLE - It took several meetings. It took extra meetings. And it still wasn’t unanimous. But the city of Shepherdsville officially has a budget.

    The city council approved the 2015-16 fiscal year budget, which begins on July 1, by a 4-2 vote.

    Council members were more or less satisfied with the second reading of the budget version presented by city attorney Joe Wantland, with a few reservations.

  • Store brings things that are truly New to You

     HILLVIEW - Bullitt County’s newest consignment shop hopes to offer something new to you.

    Located at the Maryville Shopper, New To You Consignment Boutique officially opened for business in April.

    Owner Ginny Lehman said the boutique specialized in upscale consignment at its best. Store items include clothes, purses and shoes, as well as small household items and small furniture pieces.

    Lehman grew up in the Hillview area, and is opening her first store in the city. 

  • Surcharge undecided for Hunters Hollow sewer customers

    FRANKFORT - A decision on increasing surcharge rates for the residents linked to the Hunters Hollow sewage treatment plant has temporarily stalled.

    A Public Service Commission hearing did not result in a decision either way. Instead, legal counsel will have an extended amount of time to submit and review further evidence for PSC consideration.

  • Local bank to be acquired

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The oldest banking institution in Bullitt County will be acquired by a southern Indiana community financial company.