For the second straight year, a Northern Kentucky mayor has been named elected city official of the year by the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC).
Nine Northern Kentucky city governments were approved for nearly $3 million in reimbursements from the federal coronavirus relief legislation approved earlier this year to address the
The City of Fort Wright approved a settlement agreement with Community of Faith Presbyterian Church related to an easement that allows for parking for visitors to the James A.
Battery Hooper Days returned to the James A. Ramage Civil War Museum property in Ft. Wright over the weekend.
RCN photographer Brian Frey captured these photos.
Battery Hooper Days returns to the James A. Ramage Civil Warm Museum in Ft. Wright this Saturday and Sunday at Battery Hooper Park (1402 Highland Ave.).
A dispute over one family's plan to construct a new garage played out before the Ft. Wright city council on Wednesday night.
A new 2020 Chevrolet Horton ambulance has arrived in Fort Wright.
You know those hard plastic casings that cover new products like power tools or other electronics?
They can be a pain to open.
Ft. Wright city council offered approval to Mayor Dave Hatter to seek federal reimbursement for costs associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet corrected its original news release that said the exit ramp from the interstate to Kyles Lane would be closed.
A new private equity firm launched in Fort Wright.
Phase one of repair work on Amsterdam Road began again last week.
The road between General Drive and Morris Road will be closed to thru-traffic through April of next year.
Fort Wright City Attorney Kyle Winslow is departing that role to take a job with a federal agency.
Part of Amsterdam Road in Fort Wright will see a prolonged closure as part of its reconstruction, the City of Fort Wright announced Monday.