Western Hills High School students were among the Kentucky Future Farmers of America members who represented the state at the national convention last week.
Months following his tragic death, the community at Franklin County High School continues to honor the legacy of a teacher through acts of kindness.
The Local Planning Facility Committee of Franklin County Schools held a public forum on Tuesday and residents spoke about the addition of turf athletic fields at the district's high schools.
Elkhorn Middle School students who need some extra help could be invited to participate in the after-school program Mentors and Meals.
Editor's note: A previous version of this article incorrectly said that Franklin County Schools considered upgrades at the Sower Soccer Fields at Capitol View Park. FCS cannot legally use money for upgrades at the park and will not be discussing the matter at Tuesday's meeting.
The Franklin County Schools superintendent and Bondurant Middle School principal both pleaded not guilty Tuesday to misdemeanor charges related to alleged improper handling of abuse allegations against a teacher.
Kids got in the Halloween spirit Sunday at Franklin County High School during the school's Safe Halloween event. Children enjoyed games, candy and pumpkin decorating.
Kentucky State Police are still reviewing evidence in a summer wreck that claimed the life of a popular Franklin County High School teacher.
A former Bondurant Middle School teacher at the center of an allegation of child abuse has been placed on leave at a university in Florida where he was teaching.
Madelyn Pennington, a second grader at Peaks Mill Elementary School, really enjoyed her ice cream sandwich, a reward that she and many of her peers received Monday for joining the school’s Never Been Absent, or NBA, Team.
Three local schools received a four-star rating based on new state accountability data.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 7:24 p.m. to include a statement from Franklin County Schools regarding Whitney Allison.
Twenty-six 2019 high school graduates from Franklin County have been named Sen. Jeff Green Scholars by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).
A sheriff's deputy said Franklin County Schools' superintendent pressured him to end an investigation of Bondurant Middle School's principal for allegedly failing to report complaints of sexual abuse by a teacher. The deputy's allegation led to the superintendent's indictment this week on a …
When Haley Nelson graduated from Western Hills High School, she left the school’s Future Farmers of America chapter with more girls on the roster than when she joined four years prior.
Editor's note: This story was updated at 3:07 p.m. on Wednesday to include a special-called meeting announcement from the Franklin County Board of Education. This story was updated at 5:29 p.m. to include a response from Whitney Allison.
Editor's note: This article was updated at 5 p.m. Tuesday with comments from the Franklin County Board of Education chair and information on Kopp's arraignment.
Under an overcast but bright sky, dozens of people gathered in front of the Capitol building Friday to participate in the Frankfort Climate Change Strike.
In honor of High Attendance Day at Peaks Mill Elementary, Frankfort police officers and firefighters played kickball Tuesday with first grade students.
Through the support of an anonymous donor, sixth grade students at Elkhorn and Bondurant middle schools will complete a program that will teach them about making positive choices in their lives.
When he was about 4 years old, Tommy Quarles checked out a book about birds from the Capital Day School library.
Layla Lemghaili started computer coding as a third grader at Westridge Elementary. She was among a group of girls who joined the pilot program of Girls Who Code.
Nick Boswell, a senior at Franklin County High School, is this week's WesBanco Student of the Week. Recently, Boswell became a student coach for the FCHS football team. Head coach Eddie James, one of Boswell’s teachers, brought him into the role so Boswell could find his niche at the school.
The Frankfort Plant Board presented a rebate check to Franklin County Schools that represents savings that the school system will see due to a new electricity contract FPB entered this spring.
In compliance with a recently passed state law, Frankfort and Franklin County school districts are taking different approaches to displaying signs with the United States motto, “In God We Trust.”