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
Hundreds of local movers and shakers listened as Northern Kentucky University President Emeritus, Dr. Jim Votruba, painted an optimistic picture of education in Covington.
Federal agents from the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) have visited Holmes Middle School twice since the beginning of the school year.
Memorial Fund Established for Education of Children Left Behind After Covington Entrepreneur's Death
One of the co-founders of a Covington company that emerged from the first class at UpTech, the technology start-up accelerator, died after an accident while vacationing in North Carolina with his f
A building that was part of Downtown Covington's retail heyday is back in a new critical role in the city's renaissance.
Newport will break ground next week on its new Scholar House while Covington's proposed project is extended another year.
A Covington child care facility just scored the highest rating possible.
Oakley and Eva G. Farris have been kind to Northern Kentucky University.
Thomas More College has received its first investment toward the new success center, which will provide students with resources for experiential learning, academic advising, graduate school advisin
A report this week from the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics on the state’s eight public four-year universities shows that students from Kentucky were more likely to stay in t