Emmy Kaiser doesn't wait for people to tell her what to do.
Someone who purchased a Mega Millions lottery ticket in Ft. Mitchell won a $1 million jackpot, the Kentucky Lottery announced on Saturday.
The Drees Company recently renamed its community service award in honor of Ralph Drees, the former chief executive officer and board chairman of the Northern Kentucky-based homebuilder.
The City of Ft. Mitchell hosted its Independence Day parade on Saturday.
RCN contributor Patricia A. Scheyer produced these photos.
Jim's Fine Wine & Spirits announced the appointment of sommelier Dennis Daugherty to its staff.
Uniqueness is rare, according to Lisa Sweasy, the curator and director of the Vent Haven Museum – a one of a kind museum all about ventriloquism in Northern Kentucky.
The steady addition of Northern Kentucky cities with fairness ordinances is set to continue with Ft. Mitchell.
A proposal to construct a senior housing development on a more than 12-acre site off Grandview Drive in Ft. Mitchell was unanimously rejected by city council on Monday night.
A Beechwood teacher is among fourteen educators from across the state named to the Kentucky Department of Education’s (KDE) Teachers Advisory Council (TAC), Education Commissioner Jason E.
A more than-twelve-acre site on Grandview Drive in Ft. Mitchell is once again targeted for a type of development that the city officially does not want.
State Representative Kim Banta was recognized by the Humane Society of the United States with the 2021 Humane Legislator Award for her work on animal protection issues in Frankfort.
Oriental Wok and the Wong family that operates the popular restaurant, were named grand marshals of the Ft. Mitchell Independence Day parade this year.
Two traffic projects will disrupt local commutes, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - District 6 Office announced on Tuesday.