Sometimes it’s possible to see a commercial on television hundreds of times without listening to it.
The old neon sign that bore the family business’s name for decades no longer hangs in the small storefront window on Pike Street.
Northern Kentucky historian Robert Schrage’s latest book is headed to New York.
Who is the smartest person in Kenton County? A contest seeks to find the answer.
Tolls will again be collected on the John A. Roebling Bridge beginning at noon on Saturday, June 21.
Some mysteries are never solved, but after more than 60 years, Dorothy Gayhart now has some semblance of peace over her family’s own personal mystery.
Northern Kentucky’s Mike Hammons is the director of advocacy for Children, Inc., the Covington-based nonprofit that has become a leading regional voice for early childhood education.
Classical music streaming through the UK Chandler Hospital drew awe-inspired patients, visitors and hospital workers to a Yamaha piano in the Pavilion A lobby.
Northern Kentucky Solid Waste Management Area is the recipient of $250,000 in grant money from the state to expand recycling, reduce the amount of solid waste go
Geoffrey S. Mearns, president of Northern Kentucky University, announced this week the recipients of the 23rd annual Lincoln Awards.
Kentucky is among the ten most corrupt states in the country according to a new study released by researchers from the University of Honk Kong and Indiana University.
Using its own analysis of data released earlier this year, the website Nerd Wallet ranked Covington among the top ten most affordable places to live in the country.
It took five months of public debate but on Monday evening the Danville City Commission approved a gay-protecting fairness law by a 4-1 vote.
Yellow Springs, Ohio is a perfect destination for a day trip getaway.
When he was 8-years old, Mike King promised his father a present when dad turned 57.