A Campbell County first grader was among the winners of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service's piggy bank design contest.
Families in Campbell County can now sign up their children, ages newborn to five, for the Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program.
A new executive director of the Campbell County Consolidated Dispatch Center (CCCDC) was named by its board of directors.
Two Northern Kentucky organizations are set to benefit along with six others in Kentucky from $5 million in funding from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP).
The libraries of Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties are set to reopen on Monday after shuttering due to new COVID-19-related restrictions.
The Kentucky Farm Bureau recognized the Campbell County Farm Bureau in three areas this month.
New Richmond Road (KY 1996) will close Monday for a slide repair project, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - District 6 Office announced on Wednesday.
The Campbell County Firefighters Association received an Assistance to Firefighters grant for $675,643 which will help purchase end-user radio equipment.
Kenton and Campbell counties are now officially classified as being in the "red zone" in Kentucky's color-coded system describing the severity of the spread of COVID-19.
The Campbell County Library Cold Spring Branch building needed a splash of color, according to Library Director J.C. Morgan.
A sanitary sewer improvement project along U.S. 27 and AA Highway is set to begin soon.
The Campbell County Public Library announced Wednesday its participation in the new program that aims to ensure that there are enough face coverings for students as the return to school.
An expansion of an Alexandria subdivision has caused concern among some members of the community and led to a four-hour long meeting of the Campbell County Municipal Planning & Zoning Commissio
A new fund has been established to assist the Campbell County Historical and Genealogical Society.