Cincinnati Children's Hospital announced Monday that it would close its Northern Kentucky neighborhood location in Crestview Hills on Tuesday, along with similar operations in Mason and Eastgate in
Northern Kentucky's largest law firm is coming back to Covington, a city it moved from in 1983.
The City of Crestview Hills announced Monday that its summer concert series would be moving from Crestview Hills Towne Center to a practice field at Thomas More University in the city.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is hosting an open house for its plans to improve Turkeyfoot Road between Dudley Road and Dixie Highway.
The Turkeyfoot Trot 5K is coming back for its twelfth year.
Thomas More University announced its new president on Wednesday morning.
Joseph L. Chillo will begin in the role on June 1.
The Manufacturing Institute bestowed its Women in Manufacturing STEP (science, technology, engineering, and production) Ahead Award to Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky general manager of product
The City of Crestview Hills announced plans for its 2019 summer concert series.
DBL Law has a new managing partner.
Federal agents appeared at a Northern Kentucky medical office on Wednesday.
A woman was killed Friday evening after being struck by a vehicle while crossing Thomas More Parkway in Crestview Hills.
Thomas More College becomes Thomas More University on Monday.
The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education granted the college university status in July.
Work begins Thursday to improve traffic safety around the exit ramp from I-275 eastbound to Dixie Highway in Crestview Hills.
A Ft. Mitchell Police sergeant narrowly escaped being hit by a vehicle after a traffic stop on I-75.
Joseph-Beth Booksellers is hosting a local author showcase on Saturday featuring The River City News contributor Rick Robinson (whom you also hear weighing in on D.C.