With the new year here, the Point/Arc is celebrating its 49th year.
The Kenton County Public Library (KCPL) was ranked sixth in the nation in its category in the latest Library Journal star rankings.
Thanks so much for spending another year with The River City News.
Nearly two hundred fifty girls will be able to join Girl Scouts thanks to the "Sisterhood Giving Challenge" launched by Girl Scouts of Kentucky's Wilderness Road (GSKWR).
Diocese of Covington Bishop Roger Foys will celebrate Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption in Covington.
The Cincinnati Bengals were not the only ones happy after the Pittsburgh Steelers were sent out of town with a loss in Monday Night Football.
DCCH Center for Children and Families celebrated its 150th adoption.
The Ludlow Independent School District prepared meals for students and families to pick up for the winter break.
Members of the Girl Scouts of Kentucky's Wilderness Road (GSKWR) advanced to the rank of cadette and senior during a bridging ceremony hosted at Lakeside Presbyterian Church.
Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center included a new teaching kitchen as part of its recently completed $1.8 million renovation of the historic Scudder House on its campus in Covington.
Two ministers from Florence Christian Church were awarded grants totaling $65,000 to fund a sabbatical period next year.
The United Way of Greater Cincinnati presented "Do Good" awards to thirteen individuals and companies working in the Northern Kentucky community.
As part of National Arts & Humanities Month in October, Gateway Community & Technical College invited its students and others from the community to create a film or video to communicate the
From the Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky:
Students of the Diocese of Covington schools are showing Christmas spirit this week at the newly designated Cathedral Square, the blocks that surround the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption.