The Newport Business Association held its annual meeting and awards presentation on Wednesday.
Six awards were handed out.
The Board of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce voted this week on a position statement that calls for moving forward on the Brent Spence Bridge project with the use of tolls to fund the $2.
Fire caused extensive damage to a home in Covington's Mutter Gottes neighborhood late Thursday afternoon.
The fate of Covington City Manager Larry Klein and his job status at City Hall appears to be uncertain Thursday.
The man who holed himself up in a Latonia home for twenty hours and allegedly fired upon Covington Police and officers from other agencies was indicted Thursday morning by a Kenton County Grand Jur
Covington Catholic trounced Holy Cross in the semifinals of the KHSAA 35th District Tournament, 79-57, at the Bank of Kentucky Center on Wednesday night.
Some of Northern Kentucky's most prominent business leaders came out Wednesday in favor of tolls and public-private partnerships as a means to construct the Brent Spence Bridge project.
Three resolutions introduced at Tuesday night's Kenton County Fiscal Court meeting stirred a strong debate and allegations that the campaign trail had run throug
A woman is behind bars after Kenton County Police say they found two children and an elderly woman living in "deplorable conditions" in Latonia Lakes.
Two 11-year old twins made the case for a better Goebel Park in Mainstrasse Village during Tuesday night's public forum at Covington City Hall on how the city should best spend its soon-to-arrive $
The six shark ray pups born at the Newport Aquarium have all died.
A fire at the Kenton County Building that caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages last September may end up as an issue for the courts.
Oakley Farris, the generous Covington philanthropist, spoke to students at Northern Kentucky University where he was joined for lunch by students and business folks as part of the school's ThaNKU W
Days before Christmas, Michael Vaughan was holed up in his Michigan Avenue home for twenty hours, surrounded by SWAT officers from Covington and other local cities.