When I was speaking with the Highlands High School government classes several weeks ago, they asked an insightful question: “Why do you use the word Keep on your signs?” Many may
Campbell County wants to increase the number of new business developments happening, and is undergoing a study of its potential sites.
The tiny village of Camp Springs - literally tucked into the Campbell County hills - welcomes you to tour its historic and bucolic corner of Northern Kentucky on Sunday.
Three Northern Kentucky counties have been added to the Ohio High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA).
A man was found dead near the Ohio River in Melbourne on Tuesday morning.
Campbell County took the first step toward upgrading its public safety radios Wednesday, agreeing to join forces with Boone and Kenton counties to overhaul communication systems in Northe
Five classes of Campbell County High School will reunite five decades after their graduation.
On Tuesday night, the Campbell County Animal Shelter took another step towards drastically reducing euthanasia in its animal shelter.
An extension of a water main into unserved portions of Campbell County will not be pursued.
Tuesday marked the filing deadline for races in Kentucky that were not required to file in January for the May primary. These races include some municipal governments and all the school boards.
The Campbell County Fiscal Court took steps Wednesday night toward making the zoning regulations and restraints on small businesses less complex.
Walt Dunlevy, chairman of the Jolly Community Development Council, presented the plans for the annual Festival On The Lake to the Campbell County Fiscal Court on Wednesday night.
The Newport Wildcats are a newer addition to the Northern Kentucky Youth Football League, and when more than 50 6, 7, and 8-year old boys showed up to play, the team had a problem.
A motorcyclist is dead after a crash in Alexandria.
The Campbell County Fiscal Court unanimously accepted a bid to renovate the trail and pavilion at A.J. Jolly Park.