In the times of the coronavirus pandemic, keeping a business clean is a top priority. That’s why some businesses are investing in new technology to do just that. The Hobbyist, a coffee and beer bottle shop in Villa Heights, spent thousands of dollars in a UV zapping machine, which promises to kill 99.9% of viruses including
***In late September, Jim Ladouceur ventured out for an annual bike ride with friends. But the day of adventure and fun soon turned into quite the health scare. “About a half-hour in or so, I was pedaling on – and I started putting my hand on my chest,” Ladouceur said. “It seemed like it was
In times like these, a smile can go a long way. A Louisville dad-daughter duo has started a movement, one smile at a time.
An Alabama man honors George Floyd by walking 1,000 miles from his home state to the spot where Floyd died in Minneapolis. Today I make history for you Today I March 1000 miles for you Today I make a difference for you I love you son #MARCHFORCHANGE “Good afternoon my FB friends and family.
The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has been the bane of the labor market, as the health care crisis causes industries to struggle and businesses to shutter. Early data shows that new job postings are down and unemployment claims are soaring. A record 3.3 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, according to Thursday’s Labor Department report, compared with around