This past week the IRS announced they were eliminating more than 1,600 jobs in Covington by 2019.
Now that Northern Kentucky children are back in school, many families are adapting to new routines, with bus pick-ups, fall sports, and nig
Washington, D.C. is Disneyland for protesters and their causes, lost and found.
If the 2015 and 2016 political climate in Kentucky and elsewhere in the country has taught us anything, it’s that people are tired of the s
Northern Kentucky Health Department director Dr.
Life Learning Center’s Journey to Change in July incorporated lots of fun, food, and freebies to attendees young and old while sh
Whether they know it or not, every business is impacted by the cost of flights at the airport.
Over the past two weeks, millions of voters have been glued to their television sets watching an on-going serious dialogue on the
With apologies to Bill Shakespeare
Act 3, Scene 2
The following is written by Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY):
Covington’s physical location in the region, its proximity to natural, historic and cultural assets, plus that entrepreneurial sp
Author and essayist Phyllis Theroux, in her memoir The Journal Keeper, wrote, “An enlightened person raises the level of