The Campbell County Fiscal Court has named a new administrator to replace the retiring Robert Horine.
Seated at his new perch in the judge-executive's seat, Kris Knochelmann presided over his first Kenton County Fiscal Court meeting on Monda
Eighteen elected officials in Campbell County were sworn in during a ceremony Sunday afternoon.
According to new research from the Tobacco-Free Northern Kentucky collaborative, a majority of Northern Kentucky voters and businesses surv
In a battle of regional winners a year ago, Covington Catholic found themselves in a dog fight against Campbell County at home for three qu
The Campbell County Fiscal Court said goodbye to two of its commissioners on Wednesday night in their bi-monthly meeting, as Ken Rechtin an
The Campbell County Fiscal Court appointed a new Chief of Police on Wednesday.
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Campbell County is interested in obtaining a former Trauth Dairy property in order to facilitate added employee parking for the adjacent Co
For the second time in a week a local government talks about purchasing a building previously used by Trauth Dairy.
Trail projects in Kenton and Campbell Counties scored big funds from the Commonwealth of Kentucky, it was announced Wednesday.
This year will be different for a heroin bill in Frankfort, Northern Kentucky legislators assured during a news conference Friday morning.
On hand at the Campbell County Fiscal Court was the recently retired Parks and Recreation foreman, Mike Mullen, who was officially commemor
As Region Struggles to Fill Manufacturing Jobs, Northern Kentucky Leaders Form Coalition to Fix Problem
There are jobs available in the region -- jobs that pay very well -- but employers are having a hard time finding the workers they need to
For the first time, a region is designated "a work ready community" by Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear.