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Health & Wellness
If you aren’t too busy trying to keep the resolutions you already made for 2014, maybe you’ll consider adding one more to your list: Make a commitment to support your local food economy and the Ken
The Licking River Greenway & Trails asked for graffiti artists to share their work on a specific canvas, and the call was answered.
The City of Covington hopes to acquire the old incinerator in Devou Park that belongs to the City of Ludlow.
From the Northern Kentucky Health Department:
This story appears courtesy of KY Forward where it was published as a special via UK Now.
This column is by Joe Daniels, owner of SwingThis! Kettlebells & Strength Studio in Latonia.
Support for a statewide smoking ban in Kentucky has swelled to 65% according to the newly released Kentucky Health Issues Poll, an annual report published since 2008.
Since Thanksgiving week, enrollments through Kentucky’s health insurance website, kynect, are up nearly 93 percent – and more than 1 out of every 4 signups is for private health insurance.
Linden Grove Cemetery in Covington is hoping to raise $250,000 in a newly launched capital campaign.
The last playground structures that made up Father Henry Hanses Park in Covington's Lewisburg neighborhood were removed in August 2012.
Sunday through Saturday is National Influenza Vaccination Week.
During the 94th annual meeting of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation in Louisville today, Dr. Jeffrey W.