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.
Fourteen Campbell County Police Departments launched a blitz on Friday along Interstate 471.
Tomorrow night, Shop Bellevue will host its annual Turkey Jam!
The Campbell County Fiscal Court is going to apply for a state grant to clean up an illegal open dump site on a private residence at 8242 L
It was a wild night in Northern Kentucky as voters hit the polls, choosing change in some cases and picking the same in others.
Election Day is upon us and the key battleground in Northern Kentucky in this cycle is Campbell County.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and Kentucky State Police (KSP) are joining forces and offering a reward to attack a crime that
The company was founded in 1979, well before its new CEO was born.
The Campbell County Judge/Executive debate between incumbent Steve Pendery and challenger, County Commissioner Ken Rechtin took place Thurs
The Campbell County Fiscal Court met for its regular meeting in Newport on Wednesday. Here's what happened:
The men who want to lead Campbell County for the next four years squared off in the first of three public debates scheduled this election s
In what at halftime seemed to be a competitive, slug-it-out game, Simon Kenton scored five straight second-half touchdowns to crush Campbel