Gateway Community and Technical College and the City of Covington announced Tuesday the intent to form a unique partnership that will create a new site for the college’s transportation program and
Hundreds of new jobs and a new answer to the lack of treatment beds for those struggling with drug addiction may soon land in Covington, according to an announcement.
Answers to Region's Heroin Crisis Not Found in National Drug Czar's Visit to Covington with McConnell
The rare opportunity to host both the United States Senate Majority Leader and the Director of National Drug Control Policy in a region hammered by a growing and widespread heroin epidemic could ha
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Dayton's central business district will see a transformation if a newly adopted program succeeds as planned.
Cold Spring Mayor Nancy Bay resigned on Tuesday, just four months after being elected, a period in which she fired the police chief, the city administrator, and the city attorney,
A man had to be cut from his vehicle by emergency personnel earlier this afternoon after crashing his vehicle into the side of a home on Garrard Street in Covington.
The Kenton County Plan4Health Coalition has received a $135,000 grant from the American Planning Association through its Plan4Health program to combat two determinants of chronic disease—lack of ph
State lawmakers reached a compromise late Tuesday on anti-heroin legislation that supporters said balanced the need for tough penalties for traffickers with treatment options for addicts.
The Kentucky General Assembly’s 2015 session came to a close tonight after Senate and House members reached an agreement on comprehensive anti-
On Monday evening, Jason Barron, executive director of Red Bike, stood before a small crowd at City Hall and outlined the organiza
The Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled in favor of libraries across Kentucky facing lawsuits over how taxes are collected to fund the community institutions.
Northern Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie has a plan that he claims would keep the federal Highway Trust Fund solvent.
"Unfortunately it appears that the P3 bill won't make it through this short legislation," Gov.