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.
The Covington board of education on Thursday voted to rent computers and similar devices from Covington-based Blair Technology Group due to a delay in receiving 1,050 iPads and other devices from a
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The Newport board of education met in person last Wednesday, though not in the usual meeting room.
The Dayton board of education set its tax rate at 106.1 cents per $100 of assessed property value, a decrease from last year's 119.7 rate.
A Holy Cross High School student tested positive for COVID-19 in what the Diocese of Covington called "an isolated case."
Ludlow Independent Schools hopes to have students in their classrooms on September 28, Superintendent Michael Borchers said during Thursday's board of education meeting.
Covington Latin School announced Monday the appointment of Dr. John Kennedy as its headmaster.
Gateway Community & Technical College was awarded more than $1.3 million in federal grants from the U.S. Department of Education to extend its TRIO program through 2025
Families at Bishop Brossart High School received the following letter Sunday from Diocese of Covington Schools Superintendent Michael Clines.