Paul Keaton, a seventh grader from Christ Central School in Pikeville, won the 2014 Kentucky Spelling Bee, following in the footsteps of sister Emily who went to the National Spelling Bee five year
More programs at Gateway Community & Technical College will be making the move to Downtown Covington for the fall semester.
Making phone calls while driving through state highway work zones when workers are present or in school zones when lights are flashing would be prohibited under a bill that cleared the House Transp
Cannabis oil bill passes Senate committee
Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus donated a circus-themed mural to Lincoln Elementary School in Dayton.
Students from Gateway Community & Technical College were among the big winners at the American Advertising Federation's local ADDY Awards held on Saturday.
Covington Catholic, a Blue Ribbon School, is proud to announce two seniors, William McMurtry and Nathan Wichmann, were recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as Finalists.
Dayton High School Counselor Jennifer Glass was presented with the Counselor of the Year award Friday during the Northern Kentucky Counseling Association meeting.
Kevin Sumner spent four years at Covington Independent Public Schools as a teacher and then sixteen years as a Covington Police Officer.
A 10-year partnership between Gateway Community and Technical College and the Florence, Ky., site of financial services company Citihas received the prestigious national Bellwether Award for Workfo
A student at Holmes High School was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon after bringing a handgun to campus.
Gateway Community and Technical College and Sullivan College of Technology and Design in Louisville have created a transfer pathway that will allow Gateway associate degree graduates to obtain a ba
The Boston Marathon bombing last year reminded America of the risk and reality of terrorism. But the bombing of the Alfred P.
Gateway Community and Technical College is introducing a new scholarship aimed at high school students who will graduate in the spring of 2014.
Gateway Community and Technical College is asking for the public’s input in a design workshop, or charrette, Thursday, February 13, that will help to determine the reuse of the First United Methodi