It started when a member of the Class of 1949 anonymously contributed $50,000 toward a scholarship fund in the name of his class.
On a break from classes, chatting away at a corner table in Starbucks, Mariah reaches over to a loose tag on her sister Maya’s shirt and tucks it away from sight.
In a strategic endeavor to marry traditional academic services with behavioral/ mental health treatment for adolescents, Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky (CHNK) is partnering with Covington Ind
Many of the iconic iron fences that surround so many nineteenth century homes in Covington and Northern Kentucky were created in this large warehouse next to the railroad tracks, a proud relic of t
Villa Madonna Academy announced this week that junior Eric Baugh has been named a National Merit semifinalist.
He is one of 16,000 across the country.
After back-to-back Internet blog posts critical of decisions by federal administrators, Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday is going to take his frustration to Washington, D.C., for a fa
A teacher who suddenly resigned two weeks ago amid an investigation by the Drug Enforcement Agency has been indicted by a Kenton County Grand Jury.
Kentucky's "Close the Deal" program, which creates a partnership between school districts and business communities, has seen success at Covington Independent Public Schools.
Two NKU students will be honored at the 48th annual Hyde Park Square Art Show in Cincinnati in October and both are celebrating the scholarships that come with the honor.
Thomas More College's 2014-2015 school year marks one of the largest classes of incoming students that the College has ever seen, as well as the greatest number of students living in the residence
The Kentucky Department of Education on Monday launched a major push to get teachers, parents, and others to learn more about the state’s English/language arts and math academic measures, and then