Aug 13, 2013
Letters | Reconciling Christian thought, Shanklin outrage
This largely American 19th and early 20th century movement, characterized by a mixture of biblical literalism and hostility to modernity, is often presented as though it defines the Christian tradition.
Chance head Debbie Houston has a passion for the school
Donning her coat and heading outside, new Chance School head Debbie Houston greeted parents and students individually as they arrived at the school on a frosty morning last week.
Doctor allegedly pulls gun on LG&E worker turning off his power
A Louisville doctor was charged with threatening a Louisville Gas and Electric worker at gunpoint when he came to shut off power to the doctor's home.
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A Hanukkah Story: How Louisville celebrates the Jewish Festival of Lights
About 2,000 years ago, Syria was ruled by a king named Antiochus. Antiochus worshipped the gods of the Greeks and wanted to make a shrine to the king of them all, Zeus.
Two arrested in Glenview burglaries
Louisville Metro Police have arrested a Taylorsville man and a Prospect man on charges related to four burglaries in Glenview.