Nearly five dozen people joined together at Bircus Brewing in Ludlow last Thursday as the Give Where You Live program, facilitated by Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky and Mueller Financ
Three students from Notre Dame Academy are among the local students named as National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists.
The Center for Great Neighborhoods presented awards at its annual celebration on Saturday.
The following awards were presented:
The chances of catching a fish at Prisoners Lake in Devou Park have increased dramatically.
Fort Mitchell Mayor Jude Hehman is the Kentucky League of Cities' Elected Official of the Year.
Debbie Bowman is the new chief officer of philanthropy at the Beechwood Home, a nonprofit long-term care nursing facility in Cincinnati's Hyde Park neighborhood.
Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s (GCF) second annual Northern Kentucky Giving Circle awarded $60,000 in Safety Net grants — $10,000 each — to six Northern Kentucky nonprofit organizations.
The fifth annual Newport Trash Bash is scheduled for next Sunday, September 22.
Holy Cross High School is the latest in Northern Kentucky to announce that a student was named a National Merit semifinalist.
A senior and a junior at Covington Catholic scored perfect 36 on the ACT, and two seniors were named as semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Ann Maloney, a teacher at St. Henry District High School in Erlanger, was named the Thomas More University Diocesan Excellence in Teaching Award winner.
Two local students were named National Merit Semifinalists, their respective schools announced on Wednesday.
When you think of homesteading or living off the grid, Northern California might come to mind. Northern Kentucky? Not so much. But that’s exactly what the McCaffertys are doing.
It was a busy weekend in the Northern Kentucky River Cities.
The Bean Bash has another new home this year.