Dr. Ed Hughes, president & CEO of Gateway Community & Technical College is urging supporters to speak up to legislators about the school's planned urban campus in Downtown Covington.
Covington City Commissioner Chuck Eilerman was elected president of the Northern Kentucky Area Planning Council on Thursday evening.
The Northern Kentucky Kitchen Incubator is hosting an open house on Saturday.
The incubator is located at Senior Services of Northern Kentucky (1032 Madison Avenue, Covington).
The sixteen candidates running for Covington City Commission, three for Independence Mayor, and the various candidates for Kenton County-wide races learned their position on the May primary ballot.
"We've been battling this ever since we got here," said Emily Wagner of CrossFit Covington, the fitness center located in the city's Old Seminary Square neighborhood.
A new poll out Wednesday shows that Kentucky voters support an increase in the minimum wage and that race for US Senate is a toss-up between Republican Mitch McConnell and Democrat Alison Lundergan
Update: Powell was later arrested and charged in this shooting.
"Newport is where it's happening. Everything is happening in Newport."
When City Manager Tom Fromme said that Monday night he wasn't kidding.
In a historic biological achievement, Newport Aquarium announced Wednesday that Sweet Pea, the first documented shark ray to breed in a controlled environment, gave birth to seven pups on Friday, J
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear and his wife, Jane, were guests of President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama at Tuesday night's State of the Union Address.
Ten candidates will run for Bellevue City Council this year while one current city council member will challenge the incumbent mayor.
A huge field for Dayton City Council includes five incumbents and eleven challengers.
Incumbent Mayor Kenneth Rankle will face City Councilman Virgil Boruske in November.
There will be seven in the field for Newport City Commission's four seats. The four incumbents all filed for reelection and three challengers entered the race.
Sixteen candidates will run for Covington City Commission in 2014, including all four incumbents.