The Fort Thomas Farmers Market opens will kick off the 2016 season at a new site at the Fort Thomas Antique and Design Center on Elxandria Pike.
Fort Thomas City Council member and owner of Dirty Hairy’s Dog Spa in Fort Thomas, Lisa Kelly, has partnered with friend, artist, and fellow animal rescuer Susan Cramer, to open a new local pet foo
One of the casualties of Governor Matt Bevin's veto pen was $300,000 that was expected go towards Riverfront Commons, the recreational trail system being developed along Northern Kentucky's River C
If you’ve been doing double takes around Northern Kentucky lately – doesn’t that woman look exactly like Angie on Marvel’s Agent Carter or Alex on Nikita?
Wednesday night could be a long for the Campbell County Fiscal Court as it considers whether to allow a syringe access/needle exchange program.
Two buddies, Tommy and Jeff, are lost in the Scottish Highlands. It’s not long after WWII, so there’s no GPS.
It all started with a cooking segment on a local Northern Kentucky cable show.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare will dedicate its Wound Care Centers in Covington and Ft. Thomas to Patrick T. Birrer, MD in a ceremony at 2 p.m. April 25 at St. Elizabeth Covington.
Southbank Partners wants to help Northern Kentucky get wired.
Local start-up, STOCKpliz, a marketplace for the paper and packaging industries, has recently reported significant growth since its launch in September 2015.
The City of Ft.
Ready for a new kind of good time at your favorite pub? How about adding a couple of “pint-sized” comedies to your evening’s entertainment?
Village Players of Fort Thomas begins its 50th anniversary year this week with a production of popular community theater comedy Dearly Departed, playing Feb. 12-20.
This week Highlands High School art teacher Kristine Donnelly adds Northern Kentucky University’s Main Gallery to a list of solo exhibits that includes the Taft Museum of Art, 21c Museum
It's going to be a busy election season in the Campbell County River Cities, with crowded fields, familiar faces, and some newcomers to keep things interesting in Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, and Ft.