"I believe it will get national, international coverage. I think there is a ton of publications and media that would jump all over that."
The Kentucky Senate Transportation Committee approved a measure Wednesday that would provide oversight and regulations to public-private partnerships, so-called P3s, in the Commonwealth.
State Representative Arnold Simpson, a Democrat from Covington, is the target of a scathing editorial in the Cincinnati Enquirer on Wednesday after the long-serving legislator was successf
Kentucky House Bill 407 dominated the conversation at Saturday's meeting of the Kenton County Mayors Group.
Dayton Independent Schools faculty member Ed Long will be honored at the annual Queen City Classic chess tournament with its Shining Knight Award.
The Board of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce voted this week on a position statement that calls for moving forward on the Brent Spence Bridge project with the use of tolls to fund the $2.
Some of Northern Kentucky's most prominent business leaders came out Wednesday in favor of tolls and public-private partnerships as a means to construct the Brent Spence Bridge project.
(Editor's note: This story has been updated at the bottom of the post)
A study released Wednesday shows that the use of tolls to fund the Brent Spence Bridge project would have little impact on traffic diversion.
Congressman Thomas Massie said Thursday morning that there would be no federal funds available for the Brent Spence Bridge.
Panelists for the League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) have recognized Ensemble Theatre’s production of Tribes with a 4.5 Star Rating.