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National Trust Awards $365,600 in Grant Funding to Organizations Nationwide (Vital Sites listed as Louisville Preservation Fund)
10.12.2020 – Preservation Leadership Forum

Review board will meet Tuesday to consider 6 nominations to the National Register of Historic Places (Hertel Pharmacy aka Schweitzer Pharmacy)
10.12.2020 – (Kentucky Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet)

Former pharmacy in Portland neighborhood may be added to national historic registry
10.12.2020 –

The Corner Store: The Original Live-Work Place
9.15.2020 – Gardens to Gables blog (post written by Jessica McCarron)

Voice from Louisville: Jessica Jewell McCarron
9.14.2020 – Gardens to Gables blog

Radio: Targeted Investment for Historic Preservation with Vital Sites
Live on 3.4.2020 – City State Radio on WXOX 97.1 FM Louisville

Louisville nonprofit names its first executive director
4.22.2019 – Louisville Business First

WFPL radio interview: Charles Cash and future of the Brennan House (AUDIO)
Aired 12.21.2018

Community meeting focused on the past and potential future of Quinn Chapel
10.22.2018 – Insider Louisville

First rehabilitated Broadway Row house hits the market
09.12.2018 – Insider Louisville

Sneak Peek: Architectural tour of homes returns with seven Louisville houses (PHOTOS) 
09.04.2018 – Louisville Business First

Architecture tour offers ideas for how homeowners can renovate
09.04.2018 – Insider Louisville

Tour historic homes under renovation on Broadway
03.02.2018 – Insider Louisville

Louisville developer, Vital Sites help turn old buildings into homes | Gregg Rochman
12.06.2017 – The Courier-Journal – USA Today (video)

Time Travelers Social
11.01.2017 – The Voice-Tribune (photo gallery – Vital Sites benefitting organization)

In a decade, redeveloped Henry Clay has influenced revitalization of Louisville downtown core
10.25.2017 – The Lane Report

5 shotgun homes on East Broadway to be rehabilitated
10.09.2017 – WDRB-41 (video)

Group works to revitalize shotgun houses in Phoenix Hill
10.09.2017 – WHAS-11 (video)

New nonprofit plans to restore five shotgun houses near Cave Hill Cemetery
10.09.2017 – The Courier-Journal

As Development Grows, Louisville Group Works To Balance Preservation
10.09.2017 – WFPL

On East Broadway, Old Shotgun Houses To Become New Affordable Homes
09.06.2017 – WFPL

Developer to add affordable housing to Mercy project, receives approval for tax incentives
07.20.2016 – Insider Louisville

Preservation in Transition: Louisville poised to rejuvenate its preservation movement
05.18.2016 –

Heart of Louisville 2015 Year in Review
01.04.2016 – National Trust for Historic Preservation