A Northern Kentucky University economics student presented his research at the Eastern Economic Association’s annual conference in New York City.
Redwood announced Tuesday that it received a $25,000 grant from the John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust, through the PNC Charitable Trusts Review.
On Monday, April 1 and Tuesday, April 2, fifty students from Boone County High School and the Kenton County Academies of Innovation and Technology convened at Northern Kentucky University to learn
Bellevue Independent Schools Superintendent Robb Smith asked the board of education last week to take a look at revenue streams.
The Dayton Board of Education approved the issuance of energy conservation bonds last week.
Park Hills Police Chief Cody Stanley offered an update to city council on the ongoing talks to place a uniformed officer inside Covington Catholic High School.
Covington Mayor Joe Meyer spoke to the Covington board of education at its recent meeting, and he brought along Mary Kay Connolly, the director of the city's childhood literacy initiative
A senior at Ludlow High School spoke to the Ludlow board of education last week on his experience with a program offered by Building Industry Association of N
Diagnostic Audits performed by the Kentucky Department of Education show that the Newport Independent Schools are on a path to making key improvements at each of its three
Bret Neuspickle is the newest member of the Dayton Board of Education.
Newport Independent Schools was named first place winner of the Magna Award, sponsored by the National School Boards Association's flagship magazine, American School Board Journal.
By the end of the current school year, each student at Grandview Elementary will have access to an iPad.
Leaders of every school district in Northern Kentucky joined together on Monday to speak out against House Bill 205, currently being considered by the Kentucky General Assembly in Frankfort.
Covington Police Lieutenant Justin Wietholter will receive the Team Kenton Foundation's Outstanding Graduate award.
Northern Kentucky University and Ivy Tech Community College’s Lawrenceburg Campus have announced a new dual-admission agreement that promotes and simplifies transfer from Ivy Tech to NKU.