MIDNIGHT RYTHM BOYS BAND of Louisville. Plays all Oldies. Will do any function, very reasonable prices. All proceeds go to Veteran's House of Louisville. 330-412-5370
5788 RAVENNA NE, Estate/garage sale. July 9-12, 9 to ? Cars, 4 wheelers, Argo's, motorcycles, tools, fishing equipment, golf cart chargers, medical equipment, mens 2, women's clothes and much more.
Pleasure Court - Thurs., Fri., Sat., 7/16-18, turn in at Eagles Wing, follow the signs; HUGE Multi-family; 9-4, no early sales; lots of everything you want!
7860 PARIS AVE, July 17-18, 9 to 3. Patio/Yard sale.
Join the Ermanno's family. Hiring ALL positions and shifts. Inquire at 6322 Louisville St. or contact Chris or Paul at 330-875-5519.
LAID OFF? Work from home. Be your own Bo$$! First, call the Federal Trade Commission toll free 1-877-FTC-HELP. Learn to spot work at home schemes. A message from The Louisville Herald & the FTC.
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