Education, business and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) intersect the maker movement and local start-up cultures in a very unlikely place thanks to $50,000 from a National Science
“Mad as Hell and I’m not going to take it anymore!”
The Northern Kentucky Chapter of the Kentucky Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (NKY FAME), Gateway Community & Technical College (Gateway) and Northern Kentucky Tri-ED announced
On October 1, the medical field will undertake a dramatic change by updating the way physicians and hospitals code all diagnoses, symptoms, and procedures.
After more than 50 years, the U.S. restored diplomatic relations with Cuba this summer – but what does a post-embargo Cuba look like, and what does it mean for the U.S.?
A big round of applause is in order for three Northern Kentucky schools named among the 335 Blue Ribbon Schools by U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan.
The Newport Board of Education held a public hearing to set the tax rate for the district at 97.5 cents per $100 of real and personal property, slightly down from last year's rate of $97.7 cents pe
Covington Catholic is has announced that two Covington Catholic students received the Commended Student recognition.
Ludlow Superintendent Mike Borchers is pleased with the technological updates made in both the elementary and high schools.
Newport Central Catholic is hosting its 5th Annual Texas Hold'em Tournament on Saturday, October 3 in the school gym.
Hosted by Northern Kentucky University, Fast Growth Academy is an incredible opportunity for owners of start-ups and future entrepreneurs to learn from business owners who have successfully started
Several more local high school seniors were named as National Merit Semifinalists this week.
As the nation takes time Friday to remember the attack on the World Trade Center 14 years ago, a 9/11 survivor will be speaking to students at Latonia Elementary School.
A longtime educator in Northern Kentucky Catholic schools has passed away.