Work on the Brent Spence Bridge continues and on Wednesday, Kentucky Secretary of Transportation Jim Gray reported that concrete began to be poured for a new wall on the lower deck of the two-deck
The Brent Spence Bridge is still scheduled to reopen on December 23, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Secretary Jim Gray said Wednesday.
The Brent Spence Bridge could reopen by December 23, Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Secretary Jim Gray said Monday afternoon.
The 29th season of the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra continues with "L'Opera Famiglia" on Saturday, November 21 at St. Peter in Chains Catholic Church in Cincinnati.
Though the Brent Spence Bridge will remain closed, state officials announced that the Roebling Suspension Bridge would reopen to vehicular traffic on Friday at 8 p.m., and that a stretch of Interst
The first dose in Cincinnati in a vaccine trial to evaluate its effectiveness for COVID-19 was administered at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine on Tuesday.
From the University of Cincinnati:
Braxton Brewing Company is expanding across the Ohio River.
Fourteen people, including two from Northern Kentucky, were indicted on felony charges Thursday in Hamilton County following civil unrest in Cincinnati from May 30 through June 3.
A new exhibition at Pendleton Street Photography in Cincinnati will examine the symbolism of face-coverings as businesses, organizations, and social venues continue to reopen in phases amid the glo
Paul & Erika's House Show was created, performed, and recorded at the Covington home of co-creators Paul Strickland and Erika Kate MacDonald.
Christ Hospital is opening multiple testing sites across Cincinnati amid the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak.
The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra is slated to join the St. Peter in Chains Cathedral Choir on Sunday, February 23 at 3 p.m.
A Cincinnati man was convicted on Wednesday by a federal jury in Covington for participating in what investigators called an extensive conspiracy to distribute kilogram quantities of heroin and fen
An Ohio man who pretended to be a missing Illinois boy pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on Wednesday to aggravated identity theft.