The Kenton County Public Library kicks off its summer reading celebration with a Facebook Live event on Saturday, June 6.
Two students from Cooper High School graduate this year with perfect attendance, not just through four years of high school but through their entire academic careers.
The current pandemic has taken away traditional graduation ceremonies since large gatherings remain prohibited, but local schools have responded with alternative presentations of the class of 2020.
The City of Edgewood hosted its annual Memorial Day ceremony on Monday, albeit with social-distancing and other safety measures required during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beechwood Elementary School was recognized as a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Distinguished School for providing broad access to science-based learning opportunities.
A Fort Mitchell native and Beechwood High School graduate has completed his studies at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Grant Birindelli graduated from the academy on May 22.
The City of Fort Mitchell announced Friday the cancellation of its annual Independence Day parade.
Improvements to Barb Cook Park in Latonia are set to begin soon.
Faith Community Pharmacy has seen its customer base multiply by four since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Boone County Public Library's summer reading program is now entirely digital.
Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Michelle Keller is the recipient of the 2020 Distinguished Judge Award by the Kentucky Bar Association (KBA).
A nun from the Sisters of Notre Dame in Covington is out with a new book chronicling her fellow sisters' 7,000-mile journey to Uganda in the 1990s where they helped to build a school.
An Erlanger man walked away a $175,000-winner after buying a scratch-off Kentucky Lottery game last Friday.