Two Fort Thomas families have pieces from their private collections at Taft Museum of Art in An Eye for the West: Paintings and Sculptures from Local Collections, on view through May 17.
“Dance is for everybody,” late, great American choreographer Alvin Ailey famously said. “I believe that dance came from the people and that it should always be delivered back to the people.”
UPDATE: Power appeared to have been fully restored in Covington by 4:30 p.m., though thousands remained without power north of the river.
The bill that could possibly lead to tolls being used to fund the estimated $2.6 billion Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project advanced through a House of Representatives Committee in Frankfort late
Will T. Scott has been running a long time, but last weekend, the former Kentucky Supreme Court justice came to Covington to walk.
Downtown Covington's tepid renaissance is bolstered by some longstanding legacy businesses that have managed to stay put even after decades of decline.
The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority and the Northern Kentucky Port Authority announced Thursday the formal final approval to re-designate the Port of Cincinnati to include a larger
Talbert House, the largest employer in the social service industry sector in Southwest Ohio, is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2015.
Thomas More College head football coach Jim Hilvert has resigned from the school and will take over the head-coaching vacancy at LaSalle High School in Cincinnati.
An accident on the Brent Spence Bridge has at least one southbound closed Tuesday afternoon.