The state’s biennial budget plans are one step closer to becoming law after being amended and approved by the Kentucky Senate today.
"A region is only as strong as its center so Covington needs to be strong. Places like Covington survive because of two things: business and people."
When America’s oldest remaining commercial ship, the 1841 Charles W.
Gateway Community and Technical College and the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science have signed an articulation agreement that will enable Gateway graduates to complete a bachelor’s degree at CC
Students from three different colleges at NKU worked together to create an iPhone game application that may soon be on the market.
The Bellevue Board of Education issued this letter to the community as it searches for a replacement of Superintendent Wayne Starnes who will retire:
Jane Beshear, wife of Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear, will visit two schools and a library in Northern Kentucky on Wednesday as part of the Commonwealth's Literacy Celebration.
Kenton County Clerk Gabrielle Summe was recognized at Notre Dame Academy as a Woman Making a Difference.
Dayton Independent Schools faculty member Ed Long will be honored at the annual Queen City Classic chess tournament with its Shining Knight Award.
They call her Miss Congeniality - but I wouldn't if I were you.
But, as Katie Himes says, the parallels are uncanny.
The 21st annual Northern Kentucky Regional History Day will feature a broad range of topics ranging from the Civil War to Northern Kentucky ghost stories and just about everything in between.
Covington Latin's 2014 Alumni Banquet has been moved to Saturday, May 17 where cocktails will begin at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 p.m.