This story is written by R.G. Dunlop for the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting and is presented here with permission.
The Campbell County Public Library (CCPL) was one of only four libraries in Kentucky to earn the highest ranking of exemplary, based on Kentucky Public Library Association (KPLA) standards.
At the Campbell County Fiscal Court meeting on Wednesday, there was a first reading of an ordinance which prohibited electioneering within 200 feet of the main entrance primarily used by voters on
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
Another step was taken by the Campbell County Fiscal Court to accept bids for reconstruction of Fox Run Road.
Businesses in the Historic Downtown Newport Business District on and off Monmouth Street will be hosting the first Second Saturdays Sidewalk Sale of the season this
Duke Energy gave $500,000 to Thomas More College and the University of Cincinnati during an announcement on the Covington riverfront.
A man and a woman will be headed to federal prison after being sentenced this week.
The Campbell County Fiscal Court passed a resolution that sets out the joint use of riverfront development funds appropriated to the Campbell and Kenton County Fiscal Courts for development of the
Little libraries from throughout Northern Kentucky will be in full bloom and in the spotlight this Friday evening at the Newport Branch of the Campbell County Public Library.
The Campbell County Fiscal Court announced on Wednesday that Marie Schenkel will become the new county finance director beginning on April 23.
A man convicted in Campbell County is wanted by Kentucky State Police after allegedly escaping with two other inmates.