4: Big Four: The Big Four Bridge is getting a colorful new look! The bridge will get a $2 million ‘dancing light’ installation. The display will use some intense spotlights and wide-beam floodlights attached to the steel structure space over and under the arches along the deck.
5: Alcohol Sales: If you're looking for beer or liquor on Sunday, you can find it in restaurants in Shepherdsville, Mount Washington and Hillview, but nowhere else in Bullitt County. Rick Clark Jr., owner of Little Rick’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill in Lebanon Junction, wants to change that.
7: Hank: A severely emaciated dog is receiving care after he was found wandering a Louisville neighborhood. According to The Arrow Fund, neighbors found the dog, named Hank, Thursday morning and immediately began searching for an organization to help him. After hearing about Hank The Arrow Fund transported him the Blue Pearl Animal Hospital.
8: Homerama: If you're house hunting in greater Louisville, you may have noticed the good ones don't last long. That's certainly true with existing homes and now new home sales are getting back on track too. Builders at Homearama 2014 in Shakes Run say the market is definitely on its way back. The past winter was still sluggish for new and existing homes. However, once spring came so did the buyers and now they say new home sales have really picked up.
9: Help: It was a full day’s work of sawing, drilling and painting at a home in Sellersburg this weekend. “I tried to get here earlier,” Anthony Pierce said, “but my head was little heavy on the pillow this morning." Pierce and a crew of about 30 people didn’t show up to the Frazier’s home to work for pay. Judy and her husband Rick Frazier have been together for 47 years. They now have to change their plans. Rick has a debilitating spinal condition. He broke his neck in a crash last year. The other driver was reportedly drunk.
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