The City of Fort Wright's class action lawsuit against the board of trustees of the Kentucky Retirement System (KRS) is scheduled to be argued before the Kentucky Supreme Court next month.
First National Bank of Kentucky opened a new full-service branch in Ft. Wright at 2001 Dixie Highway.
A project along KY 17 (Madison Pike) is scheduled for this week and will close lanes in both directions.
The story of the so-called Tobacco Wars will be told as part of a fundraiser for the James A. Ramage Civil War Museum in Ft. Wright.
A feature film is shooting in Northern Kentucky, Film Cincinnati announced on Tuesday, and at least one set is in Ft. Wright.
Ft. Wright city council and the James A. Ramage Civil War Museum are at odds over the museum's future.
Two traffic projects will disrupt local commutes, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - District 6 Office announced on Tuesday.
Two new historical markers are coming to Kenton Co.
The City of Fort Wright is planning to lower its occupational tax for employees.
The Ft. Wright city council honored Walmart associate Tammy Cagle last week for her actions last month when noticed a customer suffering a medical emergency.
There will soon be a new place to drive up and drive off with a hot cup of coffee in Ft. Wright, but developers are mum about which business will operate it.
Ft. Wright city council approved amnesty for those facing tax penalties related to last year's property taxes.
The Golden Corral restaurant in Ft. Wright is set to be demolished to make way for a new location of Mike's Car Wash, the second Northern Kentucky location for the regional chain.
Ft. Wright Police Chief Ed Butler showed city council a picture of a new cruiser, a Dodge Durango, with a new decal for the department.