The Covington Recreation Division is currently seeking applicants for its Parks Advisory Group.
For more than 43 years, Howard Wilkinson has been covering the campaigns, personalities, scandals, and business of politics on a local, sta
Three new members joined the board of the Life Learning Center this month.
There is a new pop-up shop in Over-the-Rhine.
A community tool-share operation will open in Covington on Saturday.
ArtsWave has awarded a Catalyzing Impact Grant to Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission to support arts programming at the senior centers in Ludlow and Elsmere. The purpose of the Catalyzin
About eight years ago, Tyson Hermes helped a friend move a couple beehives.
A Florence native and 2010 Boone County High School graduate, Petty Officer 2nd Class Jace Johnson is serving in the U.S.
The fourth annual NKY Hates Heroin 5K Walk & Run drew another large crowd to Independence on Saturday.
The Campbell County Public Library has spruced up its member cards, which now feature local photography.
For the first time, a parade was added to the NKY Pride celebrations.
Covington's public pools reopen for the season on Saturday, June 10 and the parks department is celebrating with special events a
The City of Newport proved to be inhospitable on the Bocce Ball court again, running away with the Italianfest Mayors' Bocce Ball Tournamen
The University of Pikeville-Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine (KYCOM) recently held its annual graduation banquet honoring
Two Covington Latin students were honored for their poster designs in a national contest sponsored by the American Association of