The Kappa Delta Foundation has presented junior Lydia Blaise Allen with a Corre Anding Stegall Collegiate Leadership Award.
Villa Madonna seniors Sydney O’Connor of Villa Hills and Nicholas Weaver of Villa Hills have been named National Merit Finalists.
Covington Catholic has announced that seven seniors have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as Finalists in the 61st annual National Merit® Scholarship Program.
The Covington Catholic High School Parents Club will present the annual Spaghetti Dinner and Fine Arts Festival on Sunday, February 21 from 4:00 – 6:30 pm at the school cafeteria.
Thomas More College has announced the list of special guests for the inaugural event for its Institute for Religious Liberty.
Villa Madonna Academy High School senior Mary Wurtz has received a scholarship from the Spanish National Honor Society, sponsored by the AATSP - The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and
The Dayton Independent School District received a very special Christmas present right before the holiday -- a $25,000 donation.
Covington Catholic High School has announced a new $1,000 scholarship award provided by the Dr. Jerome & Marianne Schutzman Scholarship Fund.
The Newport Independent School District is partnering with The Christ Hospital to provide a nurse practitioner that will care for the district’s students.
Covington Catholic High School has announced that Judith M. See has been hired as the Director of Advancement, effective immediately.
The Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky’s Enzweiler Building Institute has announced its period for open enrollment in its programs has begun for the 2016-2017 school year.
One of Matthew Tarka’s earliest memories is sitting on his father’s lap in front of a computer and learning about the stock market.
A 2014 graduate of Dixie Heights High School was accepted into the highly selective Entrepreneurship for the Public Good (EPG) summer institute program.
During the Bellevue Board of Education meeting on Wednesday night, members discussed how well the schools have done in containing the handful pertussis, or whooping cough, cases that have
The United Way Success By 6 program is being credited as the driving force behind making sure that families have the support they need to help children succeed in school.