Will Geers, a 15-year-old junior at Covington Latin School, scored a 36 composite score on the ACT, attaining the examination's highest possible score.
Florence author Marcie May recently traveled to Honolulu, Hawaii to accept the Best Children’s Book Award from the Pacific Rim Book Festival for Penny and Tubs: The Mystery of the Crystal Water
At 105, Opal Evans is a well-seasoned traveler who still refuses to stay home.
Covington City Manager Larry Klein was honored this week at Northern Kentucky University.
Little libraries from throughout Northern Kentucky will be in full bloom and in the spotlight this Friday evening at the Newport Branch of the Campbell County Public Library.
"Homelessness is the confirmation of all fears," said a young man at the special dinner held at the Childrens Home in Devou Park in Covington on Wednesday night.
As a personal trainer, I receive numerous questions from clients on a daily basis. Yesterday morning, a text appeared on my phone.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department will honor the contributions of community partners to address both new and existing public health threats with the 2015 Award of Excellence in Public Health,
The Newport Optimist Club has been in existence since 1925 and its sole mission is to bring out the best in kids.
The 46th Annual Duveneck Memorial Art Show will be held during Mother’s Day weekend on Saturday, May 9 from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m at George Rogers Clark Park on Riverside Drive in Covington, Kentucky,
Designed to help older drivers find a better “fit” with their cars, the CarFit program has reached a milestone by helping more than 50,000 drivers throughout the country.
The City of Ludlow will host "Tidy Up Ludlow Day" on Saturday, April 25 as part of Great American Cleanup.
Urban agriculture is the process of cultivating, processing, and distributing food within a city or town.
Walking Cincinnati is a walking guide of more than 30 of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky's favorite communities.
Urban landscapes aren’t as limiting as you think. Columnist Craig Crabow presents six simple ways to make a small landscape lush and full of life.