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Health department issues alert about Hepatitis A threat if you ate at Roosters on April 16

An employee at Roosters, 124 Marketplace Dr., has been diagnosed with a confirmed case of hepatitis A. As a result, customers who ate at the restaurant on April 16, 2019, may have been exposed to the hepatitis A virus and are advised to get a hepatitis A vaccination. While it is relatively uncommon for restaurant customers to become infected with the hepatitis A virus due to an infected food handler,...

NASCAR’s Rhodes wraps up campaign to honor first responders with fundraiser in hometown of Louisville

NASCAR Truck Series driver and Louisville’s own Ben Rhodes will be back home and racing at his favorite track at the Kentucky Speedway in the Buckle Up 225 on July 12. Rhodes (provided photo) Ben has also headed up the “All Rhodes Lead to the Kentucky Speedway” promotional campaign. In the four weeks leading up to the race, Rhodes has been on a media tour promoting the race and recognizing and...

Keven Moore on Insurance: With storefront crashes, ounce of prevention goes a long way

(All photos, graphics courtesy of the Storefront Safety Council)   Imagine dining at a local restaurant and just as you are about to take a bite out of that tasty entrée, a car comes crashing through the front of the restaurant, plowing into your table and sending you to the hospital. Or imagine stopping at a local convenience store to buy a gallon of milk and you meet the same fate.   If...