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Ralph Bailey will turn 90 years old in November, meaning that more than a third of his life has been spent in service to the Kenton County government.
Jobs are available at the Kenton Co. Detention Center, which is hosting a hiring event on Friday from 10 a.m. to noon.
Halloween Happenings Haunted Halloween Trail returns to Kenton County's Middleton-Mills Park in Covington on Friday, October 15.
Planning & Development Services of Kenton County (PDS) lowered its county-wide property tax rate to its lowest level in nearly two decades, and cut nearly 20 percent from its annual budget.
The Kenton County School District (KCSD) and Cincinnati State Technical and Community College have teamed up to offer opportunities for fifteen high school juniors interested in pursuing careers in
Two new historical markers are coming to Kenton County sites, the Kenton County Historical Society announced.
Judge/Executives Gary Moore, Boone County; Steve Pendery, Campbell County; and Kris Knochelmann, Kenton County participated in the annual 'State of NKY' during the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Comm
Kenton Family Court Judge Christopher Mehling announced Tuesday that he will retire at the end of his current term, which expires December 31, 2022.
The Kenton County fiscal court voted unanimously to lower its real property tax rate by 3.1% this week.
Ethos Laboratories and Kenton County School District announced a partnership for the new school year to provide COVID-19 PCR testing for students and staff who opt in for such tests.
Demolition on the former Kenton County Government Building at 303 Court Street in Covington is underway.
The Kenton County School District celebrated 100 years of providing transportation in the district.
R.A. Jones & Co. is expanding its local operations in a $2 million investment that is expected to create 20 high-wage jobs, state and local officials announced Wednesday.