The Judges-Executive of Boone, Kenton, and Campbell Counties will vote on Monday morning whether to accept a 5% rate increase from Sanitation District 1.
3,000 miles of shoreline and tributaries will be cleaned on Saturday, including along the Northern Kentucky riverfront.
Who is the smartest person in Kenton County? A contest seeks to find the answer.
The Taylor Mill City Commission approved its annual operating budget on Wednesday night with more money available than last year.
Northern Kentucky Solid Waste Management Area is the recipient of $250,000 in grant money from the state to expand recycling, reduce the amount of solid waste go
Former Covington Finance Director Bob Due is headed to prison after hearing his sentence on Thursday from Kenton County Judge Gregory Bartlett.
The James A. Ramage Civil War Museum, in conjunction with the City of Fort Wright, Kentucky, presents its 3rd Annual lecture Series. Local Historians share their knowledge about the Civil War.
The Northern Kentucky Education Council has launched NaviGo Scholars, a one-on-one coaching and mentoring program for high school students that engages businesses in the future of these students an
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Tuesday that City of Independence will receive $34,800 in Municipal Road Aid emergency funds.
A former city councilman has filed to run for mayor of Ft. Mitchell.
The website Safewise released its list of the 50 Safest Cities in Kentucky as part of its efforts to inform potential home buyers about certain areas.
The graduating class at Villa Madonna Academy was awarded more than $5.6 million in scholarship money, or about $156,000 per graduate in the thirty-six member class.
The sunny and warm weather were the perfect combination for a classic car show in Ft. Mitchell on Saturday.