Noting that child care has been identified as a significant need for students, Gateway Community & Technical College is now offering free child care for students at the Edgewood campus.
The new Anthony R. Zembrodt STEM and Fine Arts Center, and the Drees Student and Alumni Center will be dedicated at Covington Catholic High School on Sunday, August 25.
The Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs (GSE), an agency within the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet (EWDC), hosted its annual Demo Day at Northern Kentucky University on July 1
The Newport Board of Education voted to support the city's industrial revenue bond (IRB) issuance for a roughly $30 million hotel and mixed-use development slated for the parking lot adjacent to th
Officials from Ludlow Independent Schools explained how they are making their buildings safer.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced that a local high school graduate received a full scholarship to pursue a civil engineering degree.
Two Northern Kentucky Schools were included on the national list of the most challenging schools in the United States.
Two teachers from the Kenton County School District were honored at Campbellsville University's Excellence in Teaching Awards.
Free meals will be available for children in the city of Newport through August 1.
The Ludlow Board of Education received an update on the effectiveness of the school district's dual credit program through Gateway Community & Technical College.
The Newport Board of Education discussed private investigator services at its most recent meeting.
The Bellevue Board of Education presented its evaluation of Superintendent Robb Smith at last week's meeting.
Northern Kentucky Montessori Academy will no longer pursue a move to a property in Erlanger.
Gateway Community & Technical College received a $32,315 grant from Duke Energy Foundation to create a new lineworker certificate.