The City of Florence will hold its annual Halloween Night Out on Tuesday, October 27 from 5-7pm at the Florence Government Center.
The City of Florence will once again be participating in the Household Waste Collection Event to be held tomorrow, October 17, from 9am-2pm at UC Health Stadium, home of the Florence Freedom.
A handful of residents came to talk to Florence City Council on Tuesday night about the possibility of adding more affordable housing inside the city.
The Bean Bash, the annual fundraiser unique to Northern Kentucky, took place on Saturday at Turfway Park.
Diabetes educators from the Northern Kentucky Diabetes Coalition will be participating in supermarket tours to provide real-time nutrition information to those with or at risk for diabetes.
Police are looking for a suspect that they believe walked away from Flynt Sexy Gifts store in Florence with stolen merchandise.
A Northern Kentucky restaurant is teaming up with Michelob Ultra to raise funds for Pink Ribbon Girls, a breast cancer support organization.
One man is dead and two others are injured after an early morning car crash in Florence.
Citizens Deposit Bank has welcomed Amy Beck as Vice President Loan Officer.
On October 1, the medical field will undertake a dramatic change by updating the way physicians and hospitals code all diagnoses, symptoms, and procedures.
Florence-based manufacturer Balluff is participating in national Manufacturing Day - opening their doors to students of all ages for tours and hands-on learning.
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The City of Florence will hold its annual Fall Cleanup Program from October 19-25.
Kroger will add dozens of Kentucky Proud items in its Northern Kentucky supermarkets, expanding a partnership of the national chain and Kentucky's official farm marketing program, officials with Kr
Kevin Miles, General Manager of the Olive Garden in Florence, has attained parent company Darden Restaurants’ Diamond Club status.
Florence City Council paved the way for qualified and trained prospects to work for the Florence Police and Fire/EMS departments on Tuesday night when a first reading of a proposed ordinance was pr