The City of Covington is offering the opportunity to recycle unusable Christmas lights instead of throwing them away thanks to a partnership among the City of Covington, Cohen Recycling, and Keep C
Multiple Northern Kentucky organizations and programs will benefit from more than $1 million in grants awarded by Deaconess Associations Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Deaconess Associations.
St. Vincent de Paul and its media partners (WRRM and WLWT) along with Gold Star Chili are working to collect coats for the twentieth year to help those in need stay warm this winter.
Covington residents can pick up cleaning and hygiene supplies related to COVID-19 on Saturday as part of the second distribution program offered by Be Concerned: The People's Pantry.
Northern Kentucky University associate professor Dr.
Cheers and applause burst from the audience as LeAnn Raleigh dances on to the set of “What’s Good from the Wood.”
Kenton County Lodges of the Fraternal Order of Police are partnering with Master Provisions to distribute roughly 1,100 boxes of food to families in need.
A local pantry is working to provide food relief to local families in the holiday season.
GO Pantry is partnering with Meijer through the grocer's Simply Give hunger-relief program.
Gateway Community & Technical College’s Food for Thought Pantry will be supporting nearly 50 struggling student families this Thanksgiving.
The on-campus food pantry at Northern Kentucky University is hosting its third annual Thanksgiving Celebration on Wednesday and will offer to-go meals for 200 students staying on or near campus thr
There will be a holiday decoration event this year sponsored by the Friends of Covington, which is putting on the contest for the first time in its 33-year history.
It has been a “helluva year” for Bouquet Restaurant in Covington to turn 13, according to chef Stephen Williams.
The Newport Dog Park is now opened in an improved and larger capacity.
The Newport Independent School General Educational Development (GED) program, Campbell County Skills U (CCSU), has been ranked the number one program in the state by the Kentucky Department of Educ
Ft. Mitchell-based DCCH Center for Children and Families announced the finalization of its 150th adoption, coincidentally in National Adoption Awareness month.