Newport Central Catholic High School announced the top ten highest-scoring eighth grade students who took the High School Placement Test and earned scholarship funds to attend next year.
The Ludlow Independent School Board listened to a report by Superintendent Michael Borchers about a letter he received from the state concerning the CERS Employer contribution rates that
Five teams from the Newport Independent School District have qualified for the Kentucky Department of Education’s Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP) state competition in Lexington.
A proposed bill to encourage the effective teaching of dyslexic students in public schools was presented to two legislative panels last week.
Students from Williamstown Independent and Walton-Verona Schools, as well as one from a private school in Boone County, are among this year's winners of the Kentucky Transportation Cabine
Covington Partners is competing in Cincinnati Magazine's Cincinnati Gives Challenge, a fundraising campaign hosted by Crowdrise, a crowdsourcing platform.
Lisa Rizzo, a veteran educator and administrator who has more than 18 years of wellness-related experience in the Newport Independent Schools, has been named the district's Food Service Director.
A senior at Holmes High School won a QuestBridge scholarship valued at more than $280,000 over four years.
Jada Cummings plans to attend Emory University in Atlanta.
2017 has been a big year for Bill Bradford.
Local seniors in Northern Kentucky had a nice dinner on Thanksgiving thanks to the efforts of the Ludlow Senior Center, operated by the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission, and students f
Kentucky middle and high school students are participating in fewer risky health-related behaviors, according to results from the 2017 Kentucky Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YBRS).
For the first time in years, a regional education summit is taking place in Northern Kentucky.