Food service workers at Newport Independent Schools were honored formally by the Kentucky House of Representatives for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Villa Madonna Academy High School/Junior High was named an exemplary high performing National Blue Ribbon School, one of 367 across the country, and one of only ten in Kentucky to receive such
Covington Catholic High School senior Pete Williams was named a semifinalist in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
Iris Sullivan was named winner of the Connie O'Donnell Student Art Invitational for the second consecutive year.
Sullivan, of Latonia, is a junior at Holy Cross High School.
Northern Kentucky University's School of the Arts (SOTA) announced that its 2020-21 theatre and dance academic season will be presented on film instead of live, in-person due to the ongoing COVID-1
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, enrollment at Kentucky's eight public universities has remained steady when compared to last year.
Pendleton County Schools was among ten Kentucky school districts to receive part of a total $3,169,388 to put towards student safety.
Covington Independent Public Schools will participate in Kentucky First Lady Britainy Beshear’s “Coverings for Kids” initiative to bring in mask donations for each school di
Northern Kentucky University laid claim on Tuesday to the nation's first Health Care Commercialization Certificate, a graduate program focused on developing and launching new products or services i
This story has been updated after Newport Schools corrected its original announcement.
Two students from Villa Madonna Academy were National Merit semifinalists.
Covington Independent Public Schools students will receive meals from the district starting on Wednesday.
Erlanger-Elsmere Independent Schools Superintendent Chad Molley said this week that students in the district will not compete or practice in high-contact sports this fall "until we can do so respon
The Bellevue board of education met twice in recent days to discuss tax rates, ultimately deciding on 91.7 cents per $100 of assessed value, about six cents lower than last year's rate.
Three Northern Kentucky school districts have new leaders to begin this unique year heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.