Abby Miller, Enquirer

Abby Miller

Enquirer

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Abby:

Are you in a 'low canopy neighborhood?' This Cincinnati Parks program will give free trees

Cincinnati's Fall ReLeaf program is allowing early applications from neighborhoods needing trees the most. See if your neighborhood made the list. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccines for infants, and toddlers got the FDA's OK. Here's what comes next.

The FDA last week authorized the emergency use of two COVID-19 vaccines for infants and toddlers. Health departments are ready no matter the demand. → Read More

'We're all feeling it.' Food pantries, banks continue work, seek support as prices soar

Food pantries and banks are serving more people than ever. As food and gas prices continue to rise, they seek donations to provide for those in need. → Read More

'Fostering greatness since 1922': Elder High School celebrates its centennial

Elder High School is turning 100, and it will celebrate with at least one event a month up until May 2023. → Read More

Home Depot bans some rope sales after nooses were found tied on store spools

The move follows incidents in which nooses were found tied on store spools elsewhere around the country → Read More

Tablecloths are back on the table at Kentucky restaurants following COVID-19 removal

Earlier this week, Kentucky amended its requirement that restaurants “should discontinue use of tablecloths” as part of the “Healthy at Work” rules. → Read More

Jesse Jackson reiterates call for Rand Paul to end opposition to anti-lynching bill

The civil rights leader also called for protests to be peaceful, saying, "Non-violence is strong, not weak" during his Louisville visit. → Read More

Reopening restaurant owners call Kentucky's ban on table linens 'wasteful'

With Kentucky restaurants preparing to reopen their dining rooms at limited capacity on Friday, one staple of the fine dining experience will be notably → Read More

Reopening restaurant owners call Kentucky's ban on table linens 'wasteful'

With Kentucky restaurants preparing to reopen their dining rooms at limited capacity on Friday, one staple of the fine dining experience will be notably → Read More

Reopening restaurant owners call Kentucky's ban on table linens 'wasteful'

With Kentucky restaurants preparing to reopen their dining rooms at limited capacity on Friday, one staple of the fine dining experience will be notably → Read More

Reopening restaurant owners call Kentucky's ban on table linens 'wasteful'

With Kentucky restaurants preparing to reopen their dining rooms at limited capacity on Friday, one staple of the fine dining experience will be notably → Read More

Are cloth table linens actually safer? Kentucky's ban irks some in restaurant industry

With restaurants preparing to reopen dining rooms at 33% capacity Friday, one staple of fine dining is notably absent — tablecloths and cloth napkins. → Read More

Kentucky slaughterhouses battle the coronavirus's spread amid fears of meat shortage

Two Western Kentucky poultry plants together make up more than a third of the 307 cases now in the seven-county Green River health district. → Read More

Iconic Louisville Slugger maker is in a coronavirus slump thanks to shuttered factories

The iconic Louisville bat-maker is struggling to find federal aid amid the coronavirus shutdown and has been forced to furlough 171 workers. → Read More

Kentucky slaughterhouses are struggling to stay open and protect workers from coronavirus

As the world's largest pork processor warns of possible meat shortages due to virus disruptions, Kentucky and Southern Indiana plants look to fill gap → Read More

As the coronavirus rocks major cities, these millennials and Louisville natives came home

One silver lining of the pandemic is that the very things that once repulsed young professionals about the city are now making it more attractive. → Read More

Nearly 113,000 Kentuckians filed for unemployment last week, breaking record

Some 113,000 Kentuckians filed for unemployment last week, shattering the record set a week earlier. → Read More

Louisville airport sees 'stunning' drop in travelers due to coronavirus pandemic

Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport is seeing as few as 500 people visiting per day, down from nearly 10,000 last month, amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Kentucky scrambles to keep up with unemployment claims after loosening rules

Kentucky's Education and Workforce Development Cabinet, which processes unemployment insurance applications, says it's adding people to man its phones → Read More

Unemployment claims skyrocket in Kentucky as national jobless filings crush record

The number of Kentuckians who filed for unemployment last week jumped to 48,847, from 2,785 the week before, a nearly 18-fold increase. → Read More