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This article appears courtesy of KY Forward and is written by Ryan Clark.
A toasty string of days is in store from Covington and Northern Kentucky as temperatures climb into the nineties, but a cooler forecast arrives on Friday.
The Holy Cross Indian Summer Festival and the Taste of Latonia opened on Friday and continue Saturday on the high school's campus and Church Street in Latonia.
Oktoberfest celebrates its 35th anniversary this weekend and kicked off on Friday night.
The official keg-tapping ceremony is Saturday at 12:30 in Mainstrasse Village's Goebel Park.
As flu season approaches, Governor Steve Beshear and First Lady Jane Beshear are encouraging others to protect themselves by getting flu vaccines.
Students from John G. Carlisle School marched through Downtown Covington on Friday morning as part of its second annual Anti-Bullying Kickoff Parade.
Ft. Wright Police are looking for a man that they believe stole $232 worth of cigarettes from the Shell gas station on Dixie Highway on August 14.
Covington Arts, the city's division that manages art & cultural events, introduced a new look for its website.
A Northern Kentucky business owner and real estate agent has died following a fall while on vacaton in Italy.