Recording artist and anti-bullying activist Keenan West paid a visit to the students at Grandview Elementary in Bellevue last week.
A program credited as being part of improvements at Holmes High School kicked off again this year on Friday.
Covington Partners has received a $50,000 grant from The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation to continue the Community Learning Center (CLC) at Latonia Elementary School.
Bellevue High School has been selected to participate in the Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy.
Gateway Community & Technical College continues to celebrate its arrival and expansion in Downtown Covington, breaking ground Tuesday on the next building it's redeveloping and giving tours of
Covington Partners scored a grant from the eBay Foundation Corporate Advised Fund at Silicon Valley Community Foundation, the organization announced Tuesday.
A special meeting of the Board of Directors at Gateway Community & Technical College drew a surprisingly large crowd on Monday afternoon, a crowd filled with Northern Kentucky civic leaders and
On the heels of the opening of the school's Center for Technology, Innovation, and Enterprise on Madison Avenue, Gateway Community and Technical College will continue its expansion in downtown
After 43 years, a Covington Latin instructor is leaving the school.
That's 43 years of teaching on the downtown campus. Dennis Whitehead was also a student there, graduating in 1962.
Local school districts are celebrating gains in Kentucky’s Unbridled Learning for All Assessment and
In observance of National Manufacturing Month, Gateway Community and Technical College on Thursday released a comprehensive report to the community on the manufacturing climate in the region and th
The building on the 600 block of Scott Boulevard that was originally a car dealership and then a variety of nightclubs including In Town, the Mad Hatter, and most recently (and very quickly) Bangar
Gateway Community & Technical College is in good company Tuesday as the United States Department of Education announced 24 institutions that received grant funds through the First In The World