May 28, 1966, a day emblazoned in my memory, the day of our wedding 48 years ago. I do not remember it as if it were yesterday; these days memories are both selective and precious.
Standing tall and proud like the Carroll Chimes Bell Tower in Mainstrasse Village, Covington & Northern Kentucky continue to hold a substantial lead on Cincinnati in the Yahoo!
The crowds came out in droves for the 85th annual Bellevue-Dayton Memorial Day Parade that ran down Sixth Avenue and Fairfield Avenue.
An online discussion among Appalachian academics sparked a debate about “whether bias in academe (and society) is too accepted when it is about the people of the region they study,” Scott Jaschik w
Kentucky's internet search history is a mix of politics, sports, and sex.
And the award for the best maintained rest area in Kentucky goes to...
...the Bullitt County Welcome Center on Interstate 65.
An auction of rifles and knives purchased during the Richie Farmer administration at the state Agriculture Department raised $21,415 Monday in Frankfort, Agriculture Commissioner James Comer announ
A Kentucky National Guardsman is seeking $100 million in damages after a new policy in the US Army affects members with tattoos.
Estately.com, an online national real estate search site, recently came out with another criteria for people to consider when searching for a place to settle down: nerdom.
Northern Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie (R-Lewis Co.) received one of the first-ever Gold Mouse Awards for Social Media by the Congressional Management Foundation (CMF), a non-partisan non-prof
The thirtieth Outstanding Women of Northern Kentucky awards will be presented on Wednesday to women who have provided a “distinguished service to the community.” The 2014 awards luncheon happens at
The newest arrival at the Cincinnati Zoo came into the world early Monday morning when Tessa the giraffe gave birth to a calf.
"It's Covington. It's kind of our thing."