Brandy Exeler, Dean of the Criminal Justice program at Beckfield College's Florence campus, has been honored by The Erlanger/Elsmere Board of Education for organizing a community service project th
The United Way Success By 6 program is being credited as the driving force behind making sure that families have the support they need to help children succeed in school.
Two local schools have cause to celebrate this week.
Florence City Council passed a resolution Tuesday night approving an inter-local agreement creating the Florence, Erlanger, and Elsmere United Police Protection system, or FEEUPPS.
A woman is dead after being attacked inside her home in a domestic violence case, according to police. An officer then shot dead the man who is believed to have stabbed the woman to death.
All residents of Erlanger and Elsmere are invited to celebrate the back-to-school season at the fourth annual Community Block Party hosted by Erlanger-Elsmere Schools.
For a long time educators have been attempting to start the process of learning for children earlier and earlier.
The Erlanger-Elsmere School District has named new leaders across the district.
An apparent homicide is being investigated in Elsmere.
The Cities of Edgewood, Ludlow, Villa Hills, Elsmere, and Taylor Mill have combined on a plan that aims to save the residents of those cities money on their waste-hauling services.
TANK is offering free rides to any elementary, middle or high school students riding the Route #10 bus for three weeks – from March 16 through April 3, 2015.
Rhonda Smith, physical education and health teacher at Lloyd Memorial High School, was named Secondary Physical Education Teacher of the Year by the Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Educat