When Teddy Kremer was born, the doctors told his mother, Cheryl, that her son had Down syndrome and might never talk, walk, or smile.
Campbell County Commissioner Charlie Coleman continued to express his ongoing dissatisfaction with the potential move of Chase Law School to Downtown Covington after hearing Northern Kentucky Unive
Northern Kentucky University’s Office of Community Connections has been awarded a $75,000 grant from the Bluegrass State Skills Corporation (BSSC) to improve and promote workforce development effor
Northern Kentucky University Computer Science student Drake Woods has won a prestigious international scholarship to study in Romania this spring.
Like many students in the Master of Public Administration (MPA) program at Northern Kentucky University (NKU), Lisa Marie Watkins wanted to work on a Capstone project that would have a positive imp
With the calendar flipping to December, the City of Highland Heights didn’t wait to offer safety advice to its citizens at the regularly scheduled city council meeting
The Northern Kentucky University baseball team and head coach Todd Asalon announced Wednesday that seven student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to join the program for the 2016-17
In 1999, Northern Kentucky University created the Mayerson Student Philanthropy Project with the vision that partnering with local nonprofit agencies to provide hands-on learning opportunities for
Too many of today’s students, particularly those in impoverished neighborhoods, do not receive the educational opportunities they need and deserve.
The Northern Kentucky University women’s basketball team earned its highest-ever ranking in the RPI, as published by the NCAA, on Tuesday. NKU claimed the No.
Christine Roush scored 27 points to lead the Northern Kentucky University women’s basketball team to an 83-78 win over Marquette on her way to joining NKU’s 1,000 point club.
One of the region’s top business executives will now lead the Northern Kentucky University Foundation, Inc.
The City of Highland Heights accepted a block grant from the Commonwealth of Kentucky for the construction of the Highland Village Senior Housing Development at its city council meeting
Men’s basketball head coach John Brannen has announced a recruiting class that features five future Norse that will suit up for Northern Kentucky beginning in the fall of 2016.
The Northern Kentucky University Women’s Basketball team has announced the signing of four student-athletes to national letters of intent.