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Fayette County Public Schools extends its closure of all schools and offices through at least May 1 due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Two Fayette County Public Schools employees were diagnosed with COVID-19 on Monday, according to the school district.
The last day of school for Fayette County Public Schools has been moved to May 28 due to missed days from illness and weather.
Fayette County Public Schools says it doesn't know if the first person who tested positive for the coronavirus in Kentucky has any connection to anyone in the school system.
Fayette County Public Schools joins dozens of school districts that are closed the rest of this week because so many teachers and students are sick.
Officials say the new STEM school for girls opens in the Fall and applications will close by February 17.
The Fayette County Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday to file a lawsuit against manufacturers, distributors, and retailers of e-cigarettes and other vaping devices and products.
Three schools went on heightened alert Tuesday morning while police searched for a burglary suspect.
In August, the school board approved the plans for a brand new Tates Creek High School building to address the ongoing issues with the existing facility.
Fayette County Public Schools says student test results released Tuesday show the proper steps are being taken to improve targeted schools and expand access and opportunity for every student.
Kristen LaRue was a teacher for seven years before she switched to real estate.
Small changes that could possibly make a big difference, that's what Fayette County Public Schools is trying to do with four new safety rules.
The district says the Frederick Douglass incident led the six high schools agreeing to safety changes.
Superintendent Manny Caulk says Fayette County Public Schools has at least 650 more students this year.
Fayette County Public Schools sent two high school students to the 2019 Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs this year.
Fayette County Public Schools will have an information booth at Lexington's Pride Fest this Saturday, for the first time ever.
The PNC Foundation has announced that it is awarding a $100,000 grant to Fayette County Public Schools and a $50,000 grant to Lexington Public Library
Lexington police and fire officials say New Circle Road and North Limestone is blocked off because of a multi-vehicle crash.
Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton was called out Tuesday night during B.U.I.L.D.'s annual Nehemiah Action Assembly, a gathering of about 2,000 people from 26 congregations, working toward making Lexington safer and healthier.
Employees of Fayette County Public Schools have contributed more than $36,800 through the district’s 2018-19 United Way giving campaign.