Designed to help older drivers find a better “fit” with their cars, the CarFit program has reached a milestone by helping more than 50,000 drivers throughout the country. A free, CarFit event will
A group of anti-gay Christians took to the residence of United States District Judge David Bunning on Monday.
Highlands Theatre Boosters: Standing Room Only (SRO) presents its sixth annual fundraiser “A Taste of the Season” at 7 p.m. Aug. 29 at the Fort Thomas Mess Hall.
NKWD Wins Excellence Award
A former x-ray technician from Fort Thomas was sentenced to a year in federal prison.
A project by Ft.
Breaking-up. Making grades. Coming out. Rebelling against strict parents. Bitching about school. Navigating through life.
This article first appeared at Ft. Thomas Matters and is re-published here with permission.
A freshman at Highlands High School diagnosed with leukemia has seen a swell of support from his classmates this month as they prepare to participate in The Campbell County Relay for Life that will
The Campbell County Fiscal Court passed a resolution that sets out the joint use of riverfront development funds appropriated to the Campbell and Kenton County Fiscal Courts for development of the
Later this month, NKY Restoration will host a workshop titled "Historic Preservation 101 for Real Estate Professionals" at the Tower Park Mess Hall in Fort Thomas.
A mudslide will cause some traffic problems in Campbell County.
More than two inches of rain have fallen on Northern Kentucky in the past two days according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio.
Two Fort Thomas families have pieces from their private collections at Taft Museum of Art in An Eye for the West: Paintings and Sculptures from Local Collections, on view through May 17.
A car flipped on its side on Interstate 471 at Memorial Parkway just after 10 a.m. Sunday.