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Business

  • My Pharmacy brings different approach to community

    HILLVIEW - A new pharmacy hopes to become your pharmacy.

    My Pharmacy is now open for business in Hillview.

    Co-owners Nimish Patel and Rebecca Hernandez hope to bring a newer and healthier version of the local pharmacy store to the area. Hernandez also serves as pharmacy manager.

    “We offer free deliveries, free vitamins and free smiles,” Patel said.

    Hernandez has worked at other area pharmacies prior to starting her own business. She hoped to encourage compliance with prescription use in a friendly manner.

  • Subway owners find coin laundry perfect addition to their facility

    HILLVIEW - You can use your pocket change from Subway to clean your laundry.

    Brooks Coin Laundry is open for business at 151 Brenton Way in Hillview, sharing a building with Subway.

    Co-owners Ishwar and Bhavna Patel have owned the Subway location since 2013. Prior to that they owned the Subway location inside the KentuckyOne Health Jewish South facility, moving after the Arby’s franchise closed.

    The owners decided the extra space within the building was ideal for the laundromat.

  • LETTER: Council will be asked to start process over

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Two councilmembers upset with the process in which a mayor was selected will give those responsible one chance to undo what they consider to be wrongs.

    But, if the process is not undone and started again, a lawsuit will be filed.

    Shepherdsville councilman Larry Hatfield said many in the public join his anger with the process in which Brian James was selected to replace Scott Ellis, who resigned earlier in the day.

    Hatfield and fellow councilman Bernie Brown walked out of the Feb. 9 meeting.

  • SAVING LIVES: Hillview police use Narcan twice in one day to combat overdoses

     HILLVIEW - Three months ago the Hillview Police Department made a decision to supply officers with Narcan, a medication that temporarily reverses an opioid drug overdose within a human body.

    Thanks to Narcan, officers may have saved two lives in the same night, just an hour apart.

    HPD Ofc. Kyle McAllister responded to an overdose at a city residence late on the evening of Feb. 12. When he arrived, the subject was unconscious but still breathing.

  • MW looks to move boundaries to north

     MOUNT WASHINGTON— In an effort to gain better control over what occurs near the Jefferson County line, the city of Mount Washington is  looking to annex the property.

    According to Mayor Barry Armstrong, the annexation project had been discussed when he was still a city council member, but didn’t really take off until he became mayor in January 2015.

    Currently, the city limit line stops near the end of the Old Bardstown Road, including the bypass.

  • Letter to ask council to revisit mayor selection

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Two councilmembers upset with the process in which a mayor was selected will give those responsible one chance to undo what they consider to be wrongs.

  • Phillips selected police chief, Coleman fire chief

     LEBANON JUNCTION—The city of Lebanon Junction has just been hit with a double-dose of leadership changes.

    Mayor Larry Dangerfield read a letter of resignation from fire chief Todd Crady at the February city council meeting.

    “At this time, with the demands of my job, I cannot devote the time needed to the position of chief effectively,” the letter read. “Thank you for all your support over the last two years. It has been greatly appreciated.”

  • County to keep expanded control over buildings

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- It is a document that is very valuable to both the county and to the contractors.

    With a quick 3-0 vote, Bullitt Fiscal Court agreed to sign the expanded jurisdiction agreement with the state of Kentucky.

    Jim Bozeman, the county’s code enforcement director, said it was a very important issue.

    With the expanded jurisdiction, local inspectors can handle larger projects.

    Without the designation, the state would be called in to do inspections.

  • Pioneer Village makes offices more secure with changes

     PIONEER VILLAGE - Becknell Hall will become a more secure facility thanks to approval from the Pioneer Village City Council.

     The council approved bids for security cameras and a security door as upgrades to the building, which includes city offices, police department headquarters and a meeting hall.

     The bids were approved at the council’s January business meeting after council members discussed proposals by Eric Cox, representing Louisville Fire and Safety, and Tim Brown, representing Mediaimpact.

  • Tourism numbers for 2015 impressive in Bullitt

      SHEPHERDSVILLE— The numbers don’t lie.

    According to statistics presented at the January Bullitt County Tourism Commission Meeting, Bullitt County saw a drastic increase in visitors in 2015.

    According to Tourism Director Troy Beam, an additional 48,000 people visited attractions throughout the county than the year before.

    “I think it’s momentum,” Beam said. “I think I can look back and those attendance numbers are going to show going up, up, up the past 10 years.”