This month all across the commonwealth and here in Kenton County we recognize and celebrate the outstanding servant leadership of our school board members.
The Kenton County Public Library announced Monday that it will no longer charge fines on most overdue items.
The Kenton County Public Library (KCPL) was ranked sixth in the nation in its category in the latest Library Journal star rankings.
The City of Covington and Kenton County partnered to distribute thirteen grants supporting local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kenton County Golf Courses saw in increase in use this year during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kenton County Farm Bureau won recognition at the 101st annual meeting of the Kentucky Farm Bureau.
The meeting took place in Louisville.
The libraries of Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties are set to reopen on Monday after shuttering due to new COVID-19-related restrictions.
Kenton County Attorney Stacy Tapke was named president of the Kentucky County Attorneys Association (KCAA).
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) announced Sunday two road projects that will disrupt traffic flow this week.
Covington has brought its animal control ordinance more in line with regulations adopted by Kenton County for its Animal Services office.
The Cincinnati Preservation Association honored eleven local projects including two in Northern Kentucky at its annual meeting this month.
The libraries of Kenton, Campbell, and Boone counties are closing their physical buildings, but will still offer services:
Kenton County Jailer Terry Carl will retire at the end of this year.
Kenton and Campbell counties are now officially classified as being in the "red zone" in Kentucky's color-coded system describing the severity of the spread of COVID-19.