Abe VanHouten, son of Melissa and Bert VanHouten, has been awarded the Bert Hawkins Memorial Scholarship by the scholarship’s board of directors and the Frankfort Country Club.
Editor's Note: This article was updated at 7:10 p.m. to include KSU Acting President Clara Stamps' confirmation of Graham's termination, as well as Stamps' statement indicating that she did not tell Graham that his termination resulted from CPE's review of the university.
Former Kentucky State President M. Christopher Brown did not speak on Tuesday at his final board of regents meeting. He resigned from the university’s top post in a letter dated July 15 and quickly left.
M. Christopher Brown II’s resignation as president of Kentucky State University has drawn headlines throughout the state and country.
Shortly after news broke of Kentucky State University President Dr. M. Christopher Brown II’s resignation amid questions about the school’s finances and several lawsuits against the university, people involved with the university began talking.
Dr. M. Christopher Brown II resigned as president of Kentucky State University amid financial concerns during a special called meeting Tuesday of the KSU Board of Regents.
Dr. M. Christopher Brown II resigned effective immediately as Kentucky State University president at a special-called meeting of the KSU Board of Regents Tuesday morning.
Between regent complaints to the governor, a likely audit of college finances and a closed session discussion of personnel action, the stage has been set for one of the most noteworthy meetings of Kentucky State University President M. Christopher Brown II’s tenure.
“Several regents” on the board of Kentucky State University have raised concerns about the state of the school to the governor’s office.
Franklin Circuit Judge Phillip Shepherd held strong on the merits of considering a case against Kentucky State University for firing a whistleblower who complained of alleged sexual harassment of students by former university officials.
Capitol City Voices of Change, a local group whose primary purpose is to spread the word about recovery from alcohol and drug addiction, will host a Rally for Recovery on Saturday from 3-6 p.m. at the Thorn Hill Learning Center, 700 Leslie Ave.
When Brett Sylve had his choice of where to volunteer for a week this summer, it wasn’t a hard choice.
Tricycles can be more than a form of entertainment. For some children, they’re a means of socialization and exercise.
Greg Roush, recently retired Western Hills High School principal, has been tapped by Gov. Andy Beshear to serve on the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority Board of Directors and the Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corp. Board of Directors starting July 16.
Gov. Andy Beshear and Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman awarded $15 million in grants to 150 local Family Resource and Youth Services Centers (FRYSCs) from the second round of the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund 2 (GEER II).
A Western Hills student recently participated in Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL) Program at The University of Kentucky.
Second Street School STEM teacher Katie Murphy was all smiles Saturday morning as she prepared for a flight on a Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Gippsland GA8 at the Capital City Airport.
The Kentucky State football team will take on rival Central State in the inaugural Classic for Columbus on Saturday, Aug. 28, at 2:30 p.m. in Columbus, Ohio.
DANVILLE — A local student has graduated magna cum laude from Centre College with a bachelor of arts degree in classical studies and creative writing during the commencement ceremony last month.
The renovation of Second Street School’s playgrounds moved a step closer to reality at the Frankfort Independent Schools board meeting Monday.
Three students from Frankfort who are attending the Gatton Academy of Mathmetics and Science at Western Kentucky University are continuing summer learning in modified internships and programs.
A former Kentucky State University vice president of development, alumni relations and athletics has been named associate vice president for workforce and economic development for the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE).
Kentucky State University is facing several lawsuits that allege misconduct by administrators, including President M. Christopher Brown II, per a report by the Herald-Leader published on Friday.
The University of Kentucky held its 154th May commencement at Rupp Arena during the weekend of May 14th. Among the graduates honored was Tyler Gayheart, who received his Doctor of Philosophy degree from the College of Communication and Information.