The deadline has been extended for the NKY Slow Streets Project contest in response to the limitations created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The newly launched NKY Digital Equity Initiative is expanding into Grant County.
The new "Outdoors for All Guide" features locations across Northern Kentucky and the region, highlighting hiking, biking, fishing, and other outside activities.
The annual Backpacks & Breakfast event won't take place as usual this year, due to the pandemic.
A new welcome sign was unveiled in Ft. Mitchell on Wednesday.
Two Kentucky students, including one from Lakeside Park, have been named as National Youth and Young Adult Ambassadors by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids for demonstrating leadership in fighting
The new official highway map of Kentucky is out for 2020-21.
Urban areas, including Northern Kentucky and downtown Covington and Newport, are featured in insets.
The Kentucky Department of Education and Valvoline Inc. have selected 24 outstanding Kentucky educators as recipients of the 2021 Valvoline Teacher Achievement Awards (TAA).
A Florence couple won $50,000 on a Kentucky Lottery scratch-off, one they purchased while stopping to pick up cat food for a stray cat.
The Great Ohio River Swim will not happen this year due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Kenton County Public Library will offer express in-person service and online options as the ongoing pandemic continues.
Two Beechwood High School teachers have been selected as Kentucky Math Teacher Leaders (KyMTL) by the Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM).
Ludlow has the best up and coming real estate market in Kentucky, according to Insurify, a Massachusetts-based insurance comparison shopping website.
Work begins this week on the first in a series of murals commemorating Newport's 225th anniversary.
Artists are working on the city's floodwall along Dave Cowens Drive.