The world’s longest inverted roller coaster, “Banshee,” opens in April of 2014 at Kings Island.
This commentary is by Kenton County Judge-Executive Steve Arlinghaus and originally appeared in What's Happening in Kenton County, Fall/Winter 2013.
Paul Feinte could have stayed in France this summer and been paid to conduct chemistry research in his native country.
The 26th annual Great Inland Seafood Festival kicks off Thursday night in Newport.
Ultimate Air Shuttle will bring its rapidly growing public charter service to CVG on Sept. 9, offering round-trip flights to and from New York City via Morristown Airport, NJ.
Customers are lining up and camping out at the Chick-fil-A set to open Thursday at 6 a.m. at Newport Pavillion.
Governor Steve Beshear today announced a new enforcement measure aimed at saving lives on Kentucky highways.
Consider this: if every car and truck produced in Kentucky this year represented a person, those newly-produced vehicles would rival the population of Jefferson County.
A Boone County sports coach faces seventy years in prison following an indictment announced today by Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway.
Kentucky's Lieutnenant Governor will not see the state's highest office in 2015.
Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky Chief Executive Officer Rick Wurth recently received the Civic Leadership Award for the positive impact he has in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area.
An Edgewood man is headed to prison for twenty-one years following his sentence by Kenton County Circuit Judge Martin Sheehan.
The River City News attended the annual Fancy Farm political picnic in western Kentucky over the weekend and made a pit stop in the beautiful river city of Paducah.
Geoffrey S. Mearns, president of Northern Kentucky University, announced today that Eric C. Gentry has been named vice president for university advancement. He will begin on Oct. 1.