This article first appeared at Ft. Thomas Matters and is re-published here with permission.
A freshman at Highlands High School diagnosed with leukemia has seen a swell of support from his classmates this month as they prepare to p
The Campbell County Fiscal Court passed a resolution that sets out the joint use of riverfront development funds appropriated to the Campbe
Later this month, NKY Restoration will host a workshop titled "Historic Preservation 101 for Real Estate Professionals" at the Tower Park M
A mudslide will cause some traffic problems in Campbell County.
More than two inches of rain have fallen on Northern Kentucky in the past two days according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington,
Two Fort Thomas families have pieces from their private collections at Taft Museum of Art in An Eye for the West: Paintings and Sculptu
A car flipped on its side on Interstate 471 at Memorial Parkway just after 10 a.m. Sunday.
Tyler Swope, the 20-year-old Highlands alum and former Prom King charged with terroristic threatening and false reporting in connection wit
Campbell Leaders Discuss Bridge to Newtown, Possibility of Federal Dollars Yanked from Rte 9, Ovation Projects
The first meeting of 2015 for the Campbell County Mayors Group included discussion about a possible exploration of a bridge across the Ohio
The Holy Cross Indians ran the girls basketball gauntlet this week and came out unscathed.
The VA homes redevelopment project hit a major snag, and city officials were left puzzled, when not a single developer offered a bid to acq