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Applications open for college housing, child care, related services

Not actual college housing program but is interdependent.

McConnell thinks state should end jobless extension, critical of work incentive

McConnell says cutting off benefits would provide more workers for child care centers.

Childcare, early education programs share $4.3 million in funding

More than $13.2 million provided last year.

Bills clear hurdle to expand child care, high school ‘readiness’ options

Military test would be added to accepted readiness list.

Child care centers can get share of $195 million

Centers must start applying for funds.

Survey finds broad support for more child-care investment

Survey: Parents changing job status due to childcare issues; Overwhelming support for public investment

Groups urge state to move child care providers up vaccine priority list

Kentucky parents and caregivers cannot work without our frontline child care professionals, the groups say.

New COVID-19 safety requirements in effect for child care providers

Changes include child masking policy updates

Deadline approaching for resources, funding available to child care providers

Dec. 1 is the deadline for all licensed, certified and registered child care providers across the state in centers and family child care homes to apply for a $130 per child stipend

Coronavirus cases may be on decline; child care rules set; new food benefit for needy

The state's coronavirus outbreak may actually be on the decline, although that could change with the gradual economic reopening. Child care can begin in tow waves June 8 and June 15.

Targets set for restaurant, campground, movies, child care openings

After starting slowly with health care this week and some manufacturing and construction Monday, Kentucky's economic reopening could begin in earnest starting May 22, under a plan unveiled Thursday.

Jobless checks, child care a challenge for employers trying to restart

As the state tries to re-crank its economy, some businesses are starting to run into roadblocks.

Total temporary disability groups dramatically expanded

The state has expanded eligibility for temporary total disability workman's comp benefits to include large groups whose jobs expose them to the coronavirus.

Students start move, UK Prez sends special message; UK approves child care for health care workers

Contract needed to make sure UK health care workers have child care available.

First responders worried about child care

Lexington's Fraternal Order of Police and Lexington Professional Firefighters are asking the governor to allow some centers to stay open for them, just as he's allowing for healthcare professionals.

Child care centers prepare to close

The Governor is announcing new restrictions daily to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

Kentucky to receive $576K to identify lead sources in schools’ drinking water

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it is giving the state $576K to identify lead sources in schools' drinking water

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