Several Northern Kentucky schools and their Family Resource and Youth Services Centers (FRYSC) benefited from a statewide allotment of $15 million in grants from the Governor's Emergency Education
The Big Dig returns to Northern Kentucky on Saturday, July 10.
The event is produced by the Building Industry Association of Northern Kentucky.
A Hebron writer was awarded a grant to aid in the development of a novel while a Union artist was awarded grant funding to aid in the creation of a series of paintings.
Twenty food pantries across the Cincinnati region, including some in Northern Kentucky, will share in a $24,000 contribution from the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Apartment Association (GCN
The Point/Arc is set to dedicate a new home in Florence on July 11 in honor of Matthew Remke.
Uniqueness is rare, according to Lisa Sweasy, the curator and director of the Vent Haven Museum – a one of a kind museum all about ventriloquism in Northern Kentucky.
The City of Covington celebrated the opening of its latest phase of Riverfront Commons, the 11.5-mile trail along the Ohio River that will ultimately stretch from Ludlow in the west to Dayton in th
Students from St.
Seven members of the Northern Kentucky Young Marines unit graduated from Leadership Schools in Byron, Georgia, earning four of the six achievement awards, including the top two, the organization sa
An interactive digital guide to the Ohio River earned the Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) a 2021 Achievement Award from the National Association of Regional Councils (NA