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.
The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission has purchased a former medical building at 1001 Scott Boulevard where it plans to operate three preschool classrooms and a daycare.
The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet (EEC) announced Monday that $404,599 in grant funding has been awarded for one landscaping project and thirty-nine playground projects across the Commonw
Students at Holmes High School participated Wednesday in a community engagement event hosted on the campus by the Awesome Collective of Covington.
Bonnie Kennelly belongs to an exclusive student group on the NKU campus. To be a member, you have to be a Kentucky resident who’s 65 years or older with an insatiable desire to learn.
Bellevue Independent Schools will have a new leader next school year.
Janeyra Mitchell, a senior at Holmes High School, has been selected as a Gates Millennium Scholar for the Class of 2014 and will receive a scholarship that pays
NKU alum Brandon Stephens has been named curator at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, one of the most prestigious and important museums in the United States.
A pair of students from Northern Kentucky University earned $2,540 for their product, Veggie Magic.