Child-Care Centers Reopening

Child-Care Centers Reopening Kentucky plans phased reopenings of child-care centers next month in what’s seen as an important catalyst to help jump start an economy stagnated by the coronavirus outbreak.Providers caring for 10 or fewer children will be allowed to restart on June 8, state Health and Family Services Secretary Eric Friedlander said Thursday.…

Baptist Health Lexington Expands

Baptist Health Lexington Expands Baptist Health Lexington has announced plans to build a medical campus that will create hundreds of jobs in Kentucky’s second-largest city.Officials say long-term plans call for a hospital, a surgery center, 12 other buildings containing retail and medical office space and two parking garages in Lexington.Work on the $1 billion…

Presidential Scholars In KY

Presidential Scholars In KY Three Kentucky students are among the 161 high school seniors included in the Presidential Scholars.The students are recognized for accomplishments in academics, the arts and career and technical education fields, the U.S. Department of Education said in a news release.The Kentucky students are Megan Rose Johnston of Boyle County High…

Pac-Man Turns 40

Pac-Man Turns 40 One of the most popular video games of all time is now 40 years old.Pac-Man debuted at a Tokyo arcade on May 22, 1980, and it didn’t take long for it to become a global sensation. It would hit U.S. arcades in October, and parent company Namco would sell more than…

University OF Kentucky President Takes Pay Cut

University OF Kentucky President Takes Pay Cut After nearly a decade on the job, the University of Kentucky’s president wants to extend his tenure.But he’s volunteered for a pay cut as the school deals with financial fallout from the coronavirus.The school’s board chairman said Thursday he hopes to have a deal in place soon…