IT Supply Solutions is planning a nearly $1.9 million expansion and to create 15 full-time jobs in the coming years, following preliminary approval of a 10-year tax incentive agreement from the Ken
An Independence man was indicted Thursday on charges related to allegations that he raped a 15-year old.
The libraries of Kenton, Campbell, and Boone counties are closing their physical buildings, but will still offer services:
New "little libraries" have popped up across Kenton County.
Independence city council met virtually Monday night to approve the year's tax rates.
A student from Independence attending Northern Kentucky University this fall was awarded a scholarship from the Coast Guard Foundation.
A new study from the personal finance company SmartAsset determined the ten most affordable places to live in Kentucky, and five in Northern Kentucky made the list.
Drive-through COVID-19 testing returns to Independence next week and continues through July.
Fourteen people, including two from Northern Kentucky, were indicted on felony charges Thursday in Hamilton County following civil unrest in Cincinnati from May 30 through June 3.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted just about every part of society, but in an election year, it's been particularly tough for politicians to meet voters up close and in person, and to perform the
A COVID-19 drive-through testing site is returning to Independence, and is open to any Kentucky resident.
The Kenton County Sheriff's Office announced that it is reopening its Independence office on Wednesday, July 1.
Independence Day will be celebrated with a parade and fireworks in Independence.
An Independence man was sentenced to sixteen years in prison by U.S. District Judge David Bunning on Tuesday.
The Kenton County Driver's License office will reopen on Monday, Kenton County Circuit Court Clerk John C. Middleton announced.