A Rubik's cube competition will be hosted in Lakeside Park on Saturday in honor of the Cincinnati teenager killed after becoming trapped inside his van on the campus of Seven Hills School.
The first Give Where You Live NKY speed philanthropy event raised $6,000 for a local charity in an event that took less than an hour.
The City of Union will honor the Ryle High School girls basketball team after it won the state championship last week, and the school's speech and debate coac
“There’s more to life than competing and living in the corporate world,” Lisa Davis told herself.
Nothing, besides a beautiful fast horse says, “Derby” better than a finely decorated hat.
Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance Announces 2019 Solarize Initiative to Help NKY Residents go Solar
The Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance (GCEA) has announced the launch of its 2019 Solarize campaign.
Southbank Partners president Jack Moreland will receive the 2019 Seeds of Hope award from Mentoring Plus.
A ceremony is planned for April 12.
The Children's Law Center announced the lineup for its seventh annual Dancing with the CLC Stars fundraiser and competition.
The mural on the north side of the Boone Block building in Covington now has a special designation.
He's only six-and-a-half years old, but Silas Gibson is already a published author.
The data website HomeSnacks released its list of the best and worst places to live in Kentucky, and Northern Kentucky cities find themselves on both ends of the spectrum.
Miss Kentucky Katie Bouchard will join the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s high-tech Mobile Science Activity Center (MSAC) when it visits Villa Madonna Academy on Feb.
The Erlanger/Elsmere board of education recognized partners recently after seeing an improvement in year-end test scores.
Two Villa Madonna Academy seniors are National Merit Finalists.