Five teams from the Newport Independent School District have qualified for the Kentucky Department of Education’s Student Technology Leader
The World of Bricks: The Art of Jonathan Lopes runs at Newport on the Levee through December 29.
The following is by Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission vice president of community development, Rhonda Chi
Northern Kentucky University classes are awarding $34,500 to nonprofit agencies from the university’s Mayerson Student Philanthro
There is a new local group to provide free support for those raising children that are not their own.
Twenty-one children from two schools in Newport accompanied the Newport Police Department on Saturday morning to shop for Christmas present
"Landlord Santa" returned to Northern Kentucky on Friday night.
Students in Northern Kentucky University’s Protecting Water Resources class awarded grants to two non-profits focused on engaging
Covington Partners is competing in Cincinnati Magazine's Cincinnati Gives Challenge, a fundraising campaign hosted by Cr
The holiday spirit returned to Dayton on Sunday night.
The annual Light Up Dayton event drew hundreds of people.
Santa Claus and the holiday spirit returned to Latonia over the weekend as the community celebrated its annual Christmas tree lighting at R
Ten Victorian homes in Covington will make up the annual Christmas Walk through the Old Seminary Square neighborhood.
The Purple People Bridge is ready for the holidays.
Dogs plus beer equals a Yappy Hour!
The Kenton County Library won a $25,000 grant from the American Library Association to design and implement coding programs for y