Downtown Covington's tepid renaissance is bolstered by some longstanding legacy businesses that have managed to stay put even after decades of decline.
A student at Villa Madonna Academy is a National Merit finalist.
Before we get into this week’s lesson, I want to briefly touch on a question I’m often asked by people who have started an workout program but aren’t happy with the results on the scale: I’m workin
He stood in a conference room at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce offices in Ft. Mitchell, making his pitch to some of the region's wealthiest men.
The buzz of a drill, the pounding of a hammer, the clank of debris as it tumbles to a dumpster on the street below.
The sounds of progress.
Becca Stadtlander loved to draw as far back as she can remember.
Patricia Pearson is Kentucky's newest millionaire.
Northern Kentucky University’s independent student run news organization, The Northerner, received top honors in two categories from The Kentucky Press Association at its recent convention
After last week's article on beginning a sustainable exercise program by starting a higher frequency walking regimen, many of you might be thinking the next logical step is to start runni
Bellevue Independent School District is looking to connect with prospective students earlier than ever.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department has exceed its immunization goals.
Two people who bought lottery tickets in Northern Kentucky on Saturday are now a million dollars richer.
After two seasons of record harvests, Kentucky’s deer hunters kept the pace up this past season.
It must be some recipe if the folks at The Wall Street Journal had to get their hands on it.
And they're right.
Wunderbar's beer cheese is to die for.
Can the Kentucky Wildcats complete a perfect season?
UK is halfway there -- if they win at Missouri on Thursday night.