Although not born or raised in Kenton County, Clyde and Mary Middleton, through years of service in political, religious and philanthropic endeavors, made a lasting impact on the county and the res
Villa Madonna Academy eighth grader Quinn Holtzman was named United Nations Secretary-General for next year's Kentucky United Nations Assembly.
With the return of Covington's city pools this summer, employees are needed.
Students from Notre Dame Academy won honors at the Science and Engineering Fair of Northern Kentucky last month.
Becky Doherty loves that with FIT4MOM everyday is bring-your-child-to-work(-out)-day.
Holmes High School senior Kyndall Miller was awarded a full scholarship to attend the University of Louisville.
The Point/Arc is celebrating its Covington roots with a Love the Cov raffle.
Covington Catholic High School announced the establishment of two new scholarships.
The City of Erlanger is launching an effort to honor the armed forces through a banner program.
Northern Kentucky University received more than 600 gifts and a total exceeding $300,000 for its Founders' Day celebration last week.
Noxious and nuisance weeds will be targeted by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet across the state this month.
A total of $30,000 in grant funding was awarded to CHNK Behavioral Health (Children's Home of Northern Kentucky) and GROW NKY courtesy of the OneNKY Alliance.
A special program to discuss the prevention of teen suicide is scheduled for Tuesday.
Reforest NKY announced that its annual volunteer event will be split up into two this year.
It is also partnering with the civig group ReNewport.