Sullivan University is holding a transfer fair and open house on Saturday, February 17
We now know which fancy burger restaurant is coming to Ft. Mitchell.
For the second time, Jim Hils is serving as the interim chief of the Fort Mitchell Fire Department.
Fort Mitchell has seen a number of new businesses join older ones along its main business corridor and now city and business leaders are ho
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As temperatures remain low and the wind chill value drops to below zero, the Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky in Covington is opening
A Ft. Mitchell Police sergeant narrowly escaped being hit by a vehicle after a traffic stop on I-75.
Celebrating forty years in business, Oriental Wok was honored this week with a proclamation from the Kenton County government.
Local seniors in Northern Kentucky had a nice dinner on Thanksgiving thanks to the efforts of the Ludlow Senior Center, operated by the Nor
Two brothers were arrested and charged after a series of thefts from vehicles in Ft. Mitchell.
Crescent Springs will turn to Villa Hills for police services, ending its long-term relationship with Erlanger, and turning down offers fro
Eleven new single family homes could be on the way to Ft.
In an effort to alleviate traffic back-ups on Dixie Highway, a left turn lane may be added in the northbound direction at Beechwood Road.
The Kentucky Department of Education released its annual assessment data for school districts and individual schools across the state.
A Ft. Mitchell retail center will soon have a fresh new look.