For the second straight year, the Northern Kentucky University men’s basketball games will be carried on the iHeartRadio family of stations in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region, highlighted b
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Senior Jalen Billups posted a game-high 31 points on Saturday afternoon as the Northern Kentucky University men's basketball team defeated Ohio Northern, 81-76, in exhibition action at BB&T Are
Northern Kentucky University has come a long way from the day in March 1971 when community and state leaders put the first shovels in the ground to turn dirt on what would become the Highland Heigh
The City of Highland Heights is preparing to host a slew of activities for the city and its veterans on Saturday morning with the dedication of
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Northern Kentucky University is hosting the second Fast Growth Business Academy Breakfast. The event will take place on December 3 at 7:30 a.m.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce has hired Scott Sedmak as the Chamber’s new Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications.
The Highland Heights City Council meeting featured a special guest to commemorate the moving of a Veterans Memorial to the current city building on Johns Hill Road.
His days in office winding down, Governor Steve Beshear made a whirlwind trip around Northern Kentucky handing out ceremonial checks worth millions of dollars.
The City of Highland Heights, Mayor Greg Meyers, Planning and Zoning Chair Steve Crawford, and multiple John and Jane Does are named as defendants in a lawsuit filed against them by a Highland Heig
The Horizon League conference office released its men’s basketball preseason conference poll and all-conference teams as voted on by the coaches, sports information directors and members of the med
In its first overtime match since September 2014, the Northern Kentucky University women’s soccer team defeated Valparaiso, 3-2, on a golden goal from senior Kelsey Laumann in the 101st minute to r