Sister Margaret Stallmeyer, retired president of Thomas More College has been named interim provost and vice president for academic affairs for Gateway Community and Technical College, effective Ju
As college seniors throughout Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky graduate and search for jobs, Employers Resource Association (ERA), an organization specializing in human resources consulting, traini
Gateway Community and Technical College will recognize the exemplary academic, leadership and technical performance of 106 students Tuesday at its annual Night of Excellence.
Life Learning Center of Covington has received $50,000 from Duke Energy to fund expansion of its program, Foundations for a Better LifeTM.
Gateway Community & Technical College now has a mostly new board of directors following appointments made by Governor Steve Beshear on Friday.
An eighth grade student from Bellevue has brought Goodwill's mission of community service to campus.
102 seniors at Holmes High School signed with colleges or a branch of the military this week.
Cole Bauml went 3-for-5 with three runs batted in as Northern Kentucky University posted a 12-6 win over Butler University on Wednesday at the Bill Aker Baseball Complex, giving head coach Todd Asa
A Kentucky partnership working to boost career and college readiness by increasing access to Advanced Placement (AP) courses is producing nothing short of phenomenal results at participating school
Students in Kristin Hornsby’s Honors Race, Gender, and Theatre (TAR 102H) class were tasked late this semester with finding a way to benefit the campus community in some way.
The Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law has announced the launch of its Regional Placement Program.
Mayor Nicholas, Commissioners Bishop, Brown, Brockhoff, Slusher, and Vancini City Manager Vancini, City Solicitor Ashcraft, and City Clerk Nicholas, ruled Covington City Hall for an afternoon.
Gateway Community and Technical College is sponsoring a contest to design a logo for the Emerge Spa & Studio by Gateway, located on Scott Boulevard in Covington.
Tom Schiff knows a good picture when he sees one.