A Covington woman appeared on the TLC reality series My 600 Pound Life on Wednesday.
Tamy Lyn Murrel weighed 591 pounds when the show first started to follow her around.
Prospective students can learn about Sullivan University's Ph. D. program from the comfort of their own home through a live, fully online Ph. D. information program that is scheduled from 5 p.m.
Visit the city of Monroe, Michigan, and you will find multiple tributes to the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
When Mary, Queen of Heaven Parish began its fish fry over twenty-five years ago, it was immediately a hit.
The Ludlow Senior Center hosted its annual chili cookoff Thursday night, sponsored by the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission.
Covington Catholic High School is named a Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Distinguished School based on performance standards including providing broad access to transformative learning oppor
The Newport firefighters union collected $5,000 worth of food items for Newport Intermediate School's Power Pack program.
A couple from Covington won a dream wedding event in Louisville over the weekend.
The Ohio River has become quite a star attraction over the past several days, as people flock to the Northern Kentucky river cities to gawk at the high water and drowned streets and landmarks.
Thomas More College hosts its 26th annual Caden Blincoe Outloud Festival on Sunday, February 25, from 2 to 4 p.m.
$200,000 was awarded to the Kenton County Fiscal Court for the Transitions Grateful Life Center in Erlanger.
The Public Arts Network of Northern Kentucky’s new community initiative, the NKY Picnic Table Project, got a big boost from four local organizations this week.
Well, those of us who call Northern Kentucky home may not think of it as much of a spring break-type of destination, the folks at Teen Vogue beg to differ.
The annual volunteer Reforest Northern Kentucky event will take place March 24 from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.