Ford Motor Company has selected Gateway Community and Technical College to offer its Automotive Student Service Educational Training (ASSET) program in northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio.
Your bill from Sanitation District 1 will be going up again, and according to the outlook presented on Monday morning, will go up continually for all of the near future.
The Judges-Executive of Boone, Kenton, and Campbell Counties will vote on Monday morning whether to accept a 5% rate increase from Sanitation District 1.
3,000 miles of shoreline and tributaries will be cleaned on Saturday, including along the Northern Kentucky riverfront.
Newly appointed members of the Gateway Community and Technical College board of directors were sworn into office at a board meeting at the college’s Boone Campus last week.
Northern Kentucky Solid Waste Management Area is the recipient of $250,000 in grant money from the state to expand recycling, reduce the amount of solid waste go
The Northern Kentucky Education Council has launched NaviGo Scholars, a one-on-one coaching and mentoring program for high school students that engages businesses in the future of these students an
Groupon, the online discount giant, is looking to hire eighty part-time employees who would work from home.
The website Safewise released its list of the 50 Safest Cities in Kentucky as part of its efforts to inform potential home buyers about certain areas.
The Amazon Fulfillment Center surprised students at Thornwilde Elementary School in Hebron on Friday with a donation of forty Kindle Fire HD devices and $2,500 in content gift cards.
eBay Enterprise will expand its Boone County operations and add more than 300 new, full-time jobs while investing $52 million, Gov. Steve Beshear announced Thursday.
Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky are one of the first twelve communities identified today by US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker as a designated Manufacturing Community, part of the federal
As he travels around the state campaigning for Republican candidates, Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture consistently sees one thing that gets him down: "I see one thing that's always a little de