It’s A Just Okay & Really Bad Week For JCPS

You’ve already read the response from the school district but here’s another story about it. JCPS issued its response Monday night almost a month after a state audit found the district spends more money on administration – and less on instruction – than similarly sized school districts. [WDRB]

No one looks out from the shattered windows or relaxes on the rickety front porches. Neighbors have long forgotten the names of those who called the houses home. [C-J/AKN]

Residents in one South Louisville neighborhood are waiting to see if their homes are contaminated with toxic chemicals. Over the last week, the Environmental Protection Agency has been visiting people near the Lee’s Lane landfill. [WHAS11]

Keeneland Race Course was officially named the host of the 2015 Breeders’ Cup on Tuesday. [H-L]

BEWARE THE RIDICULOUS AUTO-PLAY VIDEO! Another day, another pedestrian death in Possibility City. [WLKY]

Health insurance is apparently a gigantic deal for Kentucky or this list is incorrect. [HuffPo]

JCPS Superintendent Dr. Donna Hargens has been re-appointed for the 2014-2015 school year. [WAVE3]

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Louisville Male High School’s principal has been reassigned because of an investigation into the school’s administration of the ACT test. [WFPL]

Like many American cities, Baltimore has had a curfew for many years, but had enforced it only sporadically. This summer, the city will put in place one of the strictest curfews in the country, an attempt, supporters say, to get youths off the streets at night both for their safety and to reduce crime. [NY Times]

Minneapolis-based pharmacy network Excelera Corp. will move into a facility on Commerce Crossings Drive on July 1. [Business First]

Officials with America Place Business Park announced a new company will soon be moving into its 86-acre property in the River Ridge Commerce Center. [News & Tribune]

2 thoughts on “It’s A Just Okay & Really Bad Week For JCPS

  1. Ok, the “pedestrian” was walking down the middle of the street in the dark, in the middle of the night … I don’t think that counts as a pedestrian.

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