Starting this summer, Connetic Ventures will collaborate with the Northern Kentucky University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) to help network and educate the budding talent brough
Covington Catholic High School students have recently been selected for the 2015 Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA) and 2015 Kentucky Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs (GSE).
A program designed to build sustainable theatre programs in middle schools that do not offer curricular or after-school theatre education opportunities will be placed at Holmes Middle School in Cov
Lions Clubs of Kentucky and the Kentucky Head Start Association will host a press conference today, May 15 at 5:00 p.m. in the Florence Lions Club House to announce that beginning in the fall of 20
There were heated exchanges in the Holmes High School auditorium on Thursday between members of the Site-Based Decision Making Council and angry parents, students, and teachers.
Governor Steve Beshear visited Boone County on Thursday morning to celebrate Kentucky’s first place ranking by Site Selection magazine for new and expanded industry activity per capita in
The Kentucky Department of Education has recognized the Alternative Programs of Covington Independent Public Schools for high quality educational services.
As more breweries pop up in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area, one local school is jumping on the trend by offering a special class for those who want learn craft brewing.
Tony Wilson pledged to uphold the duties of the Chief of Police while his wife held the bible, and Mayor Tyson Hermes read the oath at the regular Erlanger City Council meeting Tuesday night.
Earlier this morning, Covington Catholic High School announced that Lucas Timmerman, a junior, has earned the top composite score of 36 on the ACT college admission and placement exam.
Ludlow Independent School Superintendent Michael Borchers unveiled an ambitious plan for radically updating the technology in his schools during a lengthy school board meeting Thursday night.
Will Geers, a 15-year-old junior at Covington Latin School, scored a 36 composite score on the ACT, attaining the examination's highest possible score.
This morning, Covington Catholic High School announced that eleven students have been accepted to the 2015 Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program. They are:
Florence author Marcie May recently traveled to Honolulu, Hawaii to accept the Best Children’s Book Award from the Pacific Rim Book Festival for Penny and Tubs: The Mystery of the Crystal Water
Little libraries from throughout Northern Kentucky will be in full bloom and in the spotlight this Friday evening at the Newport Branch of the Campbell County Public Library.