A ticket sold in Florence won $1 million in Wednesday night's Powerball drawing.
Gateway Community & Technical College Foundation was the latest recipient of a grant from the new Give Where You Live NKY program.
The new bike racks popping up across Covington are expected to do more than accommodate cyclists taking a break.
They could prompt a real economic impact, city officials hope.
The City of Union is currently accepting registrations to be a part of the 2019 Union Celebrates America parade.
The Park Hills Civic Association returns this weekend with its second Garden Tour.
This year, the organizers promise a bigger and better event.
Northern Kentucky University’s Nancy Jentsch has received the German-American Friendship Award.
From the Northern Kentucky Health Department:
Any Covington resident or business with a pile of old electronics or documents that need to be shredded can have that taken care of on Saturday.
The national organization known for crafting blankets for children in need now has a Northern Kentucky chapter.
Project Linus will serve eight Northern Kentucky counties.
Northern Kentucky University’s Research and Education Field Station (REFS) hosts its annual “Talk & Walk” nature series on Thursday, June 20.
The Herbmania program is bearing fruit - and flowers - again at Latonia Elementary.
The Northern Kentucky Pride Festival celebrated its tenth year on Sunday with a parade in downtown Covington and a festival in Mainstrasse Village.
Photos by RCN's Brian Frey.
Bourbon barrels are coming to Northern Kentucky's entertainment districts to serve as wayfinding signage and art.
The University of Alabama won the grand prize at NASA's Robotics Mining Competition. Newport native and Newport Central Catholic graduate Daulton Guthrie is part of the Alabama team.