On May 9, 2015 fifteen fourth graders gathered near Paul Brown Stadium, in downtown Cincinnati, demonstrating their Ludlow pride in tie-dyed red, panther paw print t-shirts.
The Campbell County Public Library (CCPL) was one of only four libraries in Kentucky to earn the highest ranking of exemplary, based on Kentucky Public Library Association (KPLA) standards.
For members of the National Seckatary Hawkins Club and Behringer-Crawford Museum visitors, Saturday, June 13, will be a "fair & square" celebration of simpler times in the early 1900s.
Sister Mary Ruth Lubbers, a Covington Sister of Notre Dame, will throw out the first pitch at the June 3 Florence Freedom game.
Diabetes educators from the Northern Kentucky Health Department are offering comprehensive education during a free class from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Next Friday, June 5 is National Donut Day and Dunkin’ Donuts will commemorate the holiday by offering guests a free donut of their choice while supplies last with the purchase of any beverage. The
Northern Kentucky Fairness has announced the schedule of events for this year’s NKY Pride Weekend to be held from May 28 – 31.
On Saturday, June 13, Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day, a family-friendly community event, will be held at England-Idlewild (EI) Park in Burlington from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
A year ago, most people had not heard of the acronym ISIS or didn’t know what it represented.
For the eighth-straight semester, Northern Kentucky University’s student-athletes eclipsed the 3.00 GPA mark.
Promising a one-of-a-kind evening of American Roots melodies, Wild Carrot and friends will swing into Devou Park on Thursday, June 4, with a potpourri of instruments, including guitar, dulcimer, ma
Todd A. Sheets, Jr., a senior at Covington Catholic High School, is the recipient of the $5,000 Williams Fund College Scholarship awarded by the Kenny and Brian Williams Fund.