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Fayette County to stop Bus Bites amid Coronavirus

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Fayette County Public Schools has released a statement for COVID-19 updating on Bus Bites:   Dear Fayette County Public Schools Families: We apologize for the short notice, but effective tomorrow, we can longer offer meal delivery to bus stops throughout our community. Unfortunately, we learned this evening that a member of our transportation department who was involved in our school bus delivery of...

SEC has cancelled 2020 men’s and women’s basketball tournament

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The Southeastern Conference has released a statement for COVID-19 updates for the SEC men's basketball 2020 tournament: Based on the latest developments and the continued spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Southeastern Conference today announced the cancellation of the remainder of the 2020 Men's Basketball Tournament in Nashville. "We understand that this decision will be disappointing to our student-athletes and coaches...

University of Kentucky latest update on spring semester amid COVID-19

spring semester The Wildcat Sculpture in Front of Memorial Coliseum on the campus of the University of Kentucky

The University of Kentucky Administration has released a statement for COVID-19 updates for UK’s campus:   Members of our Campus Community, The coronavirus (COVID-19) is an unprecedented public health challenge; one that changes shape and direction by the day, and sometimes by the hour. The trajectory of this virus will continue to climb for a period of time. University of Kentucky President Eli...

Lexington Public Library responds to the COVID-19 outbreak

Lexington Public Library

The Lexington Public Library has released a statement for COVID-19 updates: In response to the growing COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Lexington Public Library (LPL) will close all library locations beginning at the close of business today, Friday, March 13 at 6:00 pm. The Library currently plans to reopen for daily operation on Monday, April 6. The Library’s leadership will continue to monitor...