Addiction Policy Forum included two Kenton County efforts in its recent announcement of ten programs using innovative approaches to opioid addiction.
The "Letters to Santa, Letters from Santa" program begins Monday in Kenton County.
Kenton County Sheriff Chuck Korzenborn says his office is receiving calls from the public about a scam.
The following op-ed is written by Boone County Judge/Executive Gary Moore, Campbell County Judge/Executive Steve Pendery, and Kenton County Judge/Executive Kris Knochelmann.
Three Kenton County entities received funds through competitive grants awarded by the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security.
Though eighteen Kentucky counties saw their unemployment rates rise between September 2018 and September of this year, 91 counties' rates fell, while 11 stayed the same.
A Kenton County teacher is among four from Kentucky, and 213 teachers from across the country to receive the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).
Two young girls are recovering and a Falmouth man is behind bars after a vehicle crashed into a home full of people in southern Kenton County.
Three local governments may be coming together to install a sidewalk/multi-use path project on what is colloquially known as "Short" Amsterdam Road, the portion of Amster
The Kenton County Fiscal Court held its first meeting at its new government meeting, days after various county government agencies moved into the facility.
Covington city officials had their first look at the current design of a new apartment tower set to replace the former Kenton County government building on Court Street in the city's Roebling Point
Robert M. "Bob" Hoffer was appointed to the Kenton County Airport Board by Kenton County Judge/Executive Kris Knochelmann.
Interstate 75 through Kenton County is the target of a crackdown on speeding.
The Kenton County government and various agencies within it will close on upcoming dates in order to move from 303 Court Street to 1840 Simon Kenton Way this month.
A water main break on Third Street between Madison Avenue and Scott Boulevard in Covington forced the Kenton County government building to close on Monday afternoon.