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With the rise of bulk mailing rates, a heightened consciousness about the environment and an overall slump in retail due to the economy, the Corte Madera home-furnishing store is bucking a trend with its phone-book-size mailing, advertising experts
The Louisville Metro Council will begin considering a resolution next week that asks for a change in state law so that businesses experiencing an operating loss one year could carry that loss forward to offset taxable profits in future years. That
Metro Council member Jim King said hes considering sponsoring a resolution that would oppose tolls on existing bridges and roads, such as Spaghetti Junction, to help fund the Ohio River Bridges Project. King, D-10th District, said he plans to discuss
Louisvilles mayoral race took a twist Monday when a son of Democratic candidate Greg Fischer removed two Jim King For Mayor signs from a neighbors yard, the Fischer campaign acknowledges. The signs were in Patricia Barnstable Browns yard across the
Jim King (51:21) The Courier-Journal editorial board interviewed Democratic Louisville mayoral candidate Jim King on March 18, 2010. This is the full interview. http://www.courier-journal.com/section/VideoNetwork?bctid=72685081001 rtmp://cp22480.
And he had an e-mail from a registry employee saying the registry doesn't �regulate private finances.� King took that to mean that he could give whatever size gift he wanted. In the months before the election, Jim King gave his daughter $145,000.
A Kentucky-based nonprofit group will help low-income home buyers tap into $25 million in federal funding set aside for four central Appalachian states. The Federation of Appalachian Housing Enterprises in Berea, Ky., said the arrangement with the U.
King acknowledged that many of his financial proposals are dependent on council approval and are based on prospective money, including savings he anticipates in spending on the new downtown arena. On Dec. King announced his position that a
Xavier High School is disavowing the mayoral campaign of Jim King saying it doesn�t support his candidacy and didn�t give him permission to use its logo or alumni database to send out a fundraising request. King�s e-mail began going out to St. X
The court record in the 1988 case shows that then-Circuit Judge Earl O'Bannon Jr. ordered Jim King to be held in contempt in September of that year after he allegedly removed �tools, portraits, children's trophies and family pictures� from the couple'