A well-known Ft. Mitchell liquor and beer shop is under new ownership.
A local teen has volunteered to take part in a COVID-19 vaccine trial for her age group.
Beechwood Middle School's speech team won the Kentucky High School Speech League (KHSLL) regional title.
Ft. Mitchell Mayor Jude Hehman introduced Edwin King as the new city administrator.
The fire departments in Fort Mitchell and Florence were selected by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) as two of 250 departments across the U.S.
Cheers and applause burst from the audience as LeAnn Raleigh dances on to the set of “What’s Good from the Wood.”
Attorney Melissa Doss never set out to only hire women at her private law practice. In fact, she never set out to hire anyone.
Two people were found dead inside a vehicle that crashed into a tree and caught fire Sunday.
Fort Mitchell Police reported that it happened Sunday near 75 Orphanage Road.
Ft. Mitchell-based DCCH Center for Children and Families announced the finalization of its 150th adoption, coincidentally in National Adoption Awareness month.
A Union man faces charges for allegedly hunting on private property without permission and illegally killing a deer, and then improperly reporting the harvest.
The City of Fort Mitchell and Blessed Sacrament School celebrated Veterans Day on Wednesday with a flag raising ceremony.
The Greyhound Tavern, a longtime favorite among Northern Kentucky's restaurants, has been sold.
The Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau (meetNKY)'s board of directors voted to turn over ownership of a rare ventriloquism collection to Vent Haven Museum.
Heather Jansen is mayor of Villa Hills and president of the board of directors at Highland Cemetery in Ft. Mitchell.