With little discussion, the Frankfort Independent Schools Board of Education unanimously approved the district's 2018-19 audit at Monday evening’s meeting at Frankfort High School.
After 4½ years at Frankfort High School, Principal John Lyons is stepping down to begin a role with the Kentucky Workforce Innovation Board.
The Western Hills High School dance team started its competition season strong Saturday in the Cheer Elite Capital Cup Championship.
Students from grades 4-8 at Good Shepherd Catholic School recently competed in the school competition of the National Geographic GeoBee.
The Franklin County Board of Education unanimously approved a contract with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office regarding school resource officers during the board’s Tuesday meeting.
Correction: This story was updated on Wednesday to correct the spelling of Brendan Norman's name. We apologize for the error.
To further students’ science education, Frankfort Independent Schools are seeking help from the community to match a grant.
Representatives of the Bourbon on the Banks Festival presented donations to the Kentucky State University Foundation and the Mighty Marching Thorobreds on Wednesday.
Frankfort Independent Schools moved a step closer to artificial turf on its football field, thanks to a donation from the Sower family.
The city and county schools want the Frankfort City Commission to contribute $1.5 million toward new synthetic turf fields at the city and county high schools.
City schools are seeing more students enrolled in the district. County schools’ enrollment has been fairly consistent for a few years.
During a meeting in which Franklin County Board of Education members were thanked for their service with a proclamation for School Board Appreciation Month presented by Judge-Executive Huston Wells and officers for the year were elected, one consent agenda item that received no discussion wa…
The former Franklin County Schools finance director who resigned last summer amid an FBI investigation is facing charges related to embezzlement of more than $1 million, according to school district officials.
Frankfort Independent Schools may have some high-profile new students in the future, as Kentucky's new first family considers enrollment in the public school district. They wouldn't be the first children of a governor to attend FIS.
Now in its second year, Frankfort High School’s Jobs for America’s Graduates program is helping students find a multitude of opportunities for postgraduate paths.
Like any family who has moved into a new home, especially one that is over 100 years old, Gov. Andy Beshear says he plans to have some renovating done on the Governor’s Mansion.
Local school kids are on their winter break, and while your family probably has plans for the holidays, what are you going to do for the remainder of the time while your kids are out of school?
Various employees, parents and students from the Franklin County Schools district volunteered to ring the bell in order to collect donations for the Salvation Army on Monday.
GEORGETOWN — Any student who graduates in Franklin County — no matter whether they are homeschooled or attend a public or private school — in the next decade will be eligible for a full-tuition scholarship at Georgetown College.
Last week, many Franklin County students devoted an hour of their week to learning about computer science and coding.
The Franklin County Board of Education reviewed the county schools' annual financial audit report at its Monday meeting. The audit was clean despite the findings in the report, according to a partner from FCS' auditing firm.
Employees of the city and county were recognized as "Roads Scholars" or Road Masters at a graduation ceremony last Wednesday.
The keynote speaker for Kentucky State University’s Fall Commencement Convocation later this week will be a Nashville-based church leader.
Frankfort and Franklin County had a few marching bands representing the area in the Inaugural Parade on Tuesday.
Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education President Aaron Thompson, former interim president of Kentucky State University, is one of 11 2019 inductees into the Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame.
The Frankfort Kiwanis Club and Kentucky State University hosted a day of fun for area children at the university's Exum Center over the weekend.