Boone County Clerk Kenny Brown will resume issuing marriage licenses on Monday.
Only a few marriage licenses were handed out to same-sex couples in Northern Kentucky on Friday, the first day that they were permitted, but local county clerks offices, churches, and officiants ar
For the first time since 1972, the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) and its airline partners have agreed on a new modernized use agreement.
"Very disappointing," said Covington City Commissioner Chuck Eilerman in reaction to the Sanitation District 1 board's decision not to fund, even in part, a sewer lateral repair program for homeown
The Northern Kentucky Health Department will consider a resolution moving forward a possible needle exchange program in the region.
The Kenton County Fiscal Court will likely appoint Bill Schuler and Kevin Canafax to the Airport Board on Tuesday evening.
Baseball, books, and free ball park food took center stage as the Community Organizing Committee (COC) launched its All-Stars Read On! initiative with a community event at the Boone County Public L
Amazon announced it is hiring for more than 6,000 full-time jobs across its U.S. fulfillment network to meet growing customer demand. Employees will pick, pack and ship customer orders.
In a thrilling race that saw the leader changing as the candidates approached the finish line, Louisville businessman Matt Bevin eked out a lead and will likely be the Republican nominee for Kentuc
Governor Steve Beshear visited Boone County on Thursday morning to celebrate Kentucky’s first place ranking by Site Selection magazine for new and expanded industry activity per capita in
Longtime Boone County Judge-Executive Bruce Ferguson passed away over the weekend.
He was 86 years old.
A man is behind bars after being arrested Friday, accused of sexually molesting a young relative the night before.
A man impersonating a Boone County Sheriff's Deputy has called at least six people as part of a scam, the sheriff's department warned on Saturday.
Bird Brain, a funny fable for family audiences from Playhouse in the Park’s Off the Hill, brings the lesson that strange behavior isn’t always foolish.
Members of Conner High School "Marching Cougars" became stars of their own Disney show on March 28 when they entertained resort guests at the Epcot Park.