The first regional meeting of the Kentucky Hunger Task Force is scheduled for Tuesday, June 21 at 4:00 p.m. at the Campbell County Cooperative Extension Office in Highland Heights.
The renovation and expansion of Northern Kentucky University’s Campus Recreation Center has earned LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
On Tuesday, Mayor Pro Tem Jeanne Pettit presided over the Highland Heights City Council meeting in which Mayor Greg Meyers was absent.
Northern Kentucky University’s excavation of Ohio’s first co-ed, racially-integrated school has resumed this summer under in collaboration with international scholar Dr.
Northern Kentucky University President Geoffrey S. Mearns announced today that Joan M. Gates has been appointed Vice President of Legal Affairs and General Counsel and will replace Sara L.
Kentucky Communications Network Authority (KCNA) announced on Friday that the Commonwealth will enter into a strategic agreement with Cincinnati Bell to partner on broadband network construction in
The Duke Energy Foundation has announced it will award $75,000 to the The Next Generation STEM Classroom (NGSC) Middle School Program at Northern Kentucky University.
Northern Kentucky University Director of Athletics Ken Bothof announced Camryn Whitaker as head coach of the women's basketball program Friday morning.
In honor of National Small Business Week, May 1-7, the Kentucky Small Business Development Center network is partnering with Google to host a statewide event, Get Found on Google Search and Maps, o
Northern Kentucky women's basketball head coach Dawn Plitzuweit has been named the head coach at the University of South Dakota
On Sunday evening, Dreamland author Sam Quinones spoke to hundreds of people on the campus of Northern Kentucky University about the region's and America’s heroin epidemic.
On Earth Day, Northern Kentucky University will unveil the very first bike share system in Highland Heights.
Northern Kentucky University professor Dr.
The City of Highland Heights will be giving up use of a public street in order for the Highland Village Senior Living property to extend, it was announced at the city council meeting on Monday nigh
It's a fish out of water, surrounded by many blocks of some of Covington's most stunning and historic architecture as well as the contemporary Ascent, but the 50-year old Kenton County Administrati