The City of Erlanger launched the $1.2 million Erlanger Business Relief Program to assist businesses recover from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A civil rights leader who started his work at age 14 and has continued it for more than six decades will be the guest speaker on Monday as four Kenton County cities come together for a virtual cele
Erlanger council met for the first time this year but old issues from last year were discussed.
The following op-ed is written by Erlanger Mayor Jessica Fette
A new Mexican restaurant location opened in Erlanger.
Two Northern Kentucky organizations are set to benefit along with six others in Kentucky from $5 million in funding from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP).
The Northern Kentucky City/County Managers Association named Erlanger city administrator Matthew Kremer as its 2020 city/county administrator of the year.
Two Erlanger Police cruisers were damaged by two different drivers accused of operating their vehicles while intoxicated.
One Erlanger officer was injured.
Retiring Erlanger City Councilwoman Patty Suedkamp thanked her colleagues and city staff for the goodbye parade held outside her home.
She has served the city for forty years.
Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is moving its national headquarters from Cold Spring to Erlanger, the organization announced on Wednesday.
Two new addiction treatment centers are opening in Kenton County.
The libraries of Kenton, Campbell, and Boone counties are closing their physical buildings, but will still offer services:
A shooting on Interstate 75 is being investigated by the Erlanger Police Department.
It happened at around 9:20 p.m. on Monday.
It looks like, as of now, the City of Erlanger will maintain its unusually large council.