The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights and the Berea Human Rights Commission are sponsoring training on the Kentucky Fair Housing Act on April 29. The training will take place at the Madison County Public Library-Berea Branch, 319 Chestnut Street in Berea from 1 to 3 p.m. (EST). Real estate licensees, landlords, social service providers and government employees are strongly encouraged to attend. The free training is open to the public. Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance
State housing advocate organizations will honor the U.S. and Kentucky Fair Housing Month of April with a guided bus tour through the Kentucky town of Shelbyville. The tour will provide participants the opportunity to review the history of the community and the effects of segregation
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U.S. Representative Thomas Massie Introduces Bill to Secure National Road and Bridge Funding "The DRIVE Act ensures that the Highway Trust Fund can fulfill...
U.S. Rep. Harold "Hal" Rogers (KY-05) applauded the U.S. Department of Agriculture - Rural Development (USDA-RD) during a budget hearing on Wednesday for supporting the bipartisan initiative SOAR - Shaping Our Appalachian Region. In response to a devastating downturn in the Appalachian coal industry, Rogers and Governor Steve Beshear (D-KY) launched the non-profit organization in 2013 to help diversify the economy, create jobs and enhance innovative opportunities in Kentucky's Appalachian region
The Subcommittee on Energy and Power, chaired by Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-KY) today held a hearing on “The 21st Century Electricity Challenge: Ensuring a Secure, Reliable and Modern Electricity System.” A strong electricity system is critical to our economic and national security, and today’s hearing focused on efforts to modernize the nation’s electric grid to meet the challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century.
The Galt House is a 25-story, 1300-room hotel in Louisville, Kentucky established in 1972. It is named for a nearby historic hotel erected in 1837 and demolished in 1921. The Galt House is the city's only hotel on the Ohio River