Fresh off receiving a nearly $2 million gift, Notre Dame Academy announced that it is closing in on its $7 million capital campaign to renovate its 20th century building into a 21st centu
The Newport Independent School District has been awarded a nearly $2 million federal literacy grant that will utilize new programs, books and technology to increase the reading proficiency of stude
Glenn O. Swing Elementary continues to be a major story in local education.
Educator and photographer Shannon Eggleston had an inspiration – and has a talent for networking.
The downsizing of the Gateway Community & Technical College urban metro campus in downtown Covington appears to be in motion.
This fall, the Erlanger Branch of the Kenton County Public Library will undergo a construction project that will add 13,000 sq. ft. to the 15-year-old, 34,300 sq. ft. facility.
Four Notre Dame Academy students have been named National Merit semifinalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship competition.
With the news that ITT Tech - the large, national college - abruptly closed its doors, a local college is actively recruiting former students.
The Covington Board of Education voted unanimously to take the compensating rate, and not to increase its property tax rate by up to the 4 percent allowed without a public vote.
The hashtag #TMC2021 became a trending topic on Twitter in Cincinnati as Thomas More College president David Armstrong made the rounds across Northern Kentucky, delivering acceptance letters in per
More than 200 Northern Kentucky community, business, government and education leaders gathered here Tuesday for the grand opening of the Sullivan University Center for Learning - Northern Kentucky.