Covington Partners hosted its Thanks (for) Giving event last Tuesday.
ACE Hardware in Independence presented a check for $3,000 to Master Provisions to help the organization in its fight against hunger in Northern Kentucky.
Ten local nonprofits received $50,000 in funding from the NKY Funders' Grants competition.
It was held last Tuesday at the St. Elizabeth Training and Education Center in Erlanger.
The English-as a second language coordinator for Kenton County Adult Education at Gateway Community & Technical College won the Kenton County Public Library Foundation's 2018 Mary Ann Mongan Li
A Holmes High School teacher was honored at the Project Lead the Way national conference.
Someone who bought a Mega Millions ticket in Florence is a million dollars richer today.
The winner picked all the right white ball numbers but missed the Mega Ball.
There are too many dogs at the Kenton County Animal Shelter - so fees are being waived for adoptions.
Newport Aquarium is among 22 across the country working to eliminate plastic straws.
The Center for Great Neighborhoods announced the recipients of its annual awards.
Covington Latin School announced that its Class of 2018 scored an average ACT composite score of 29.8.
Welcome House of Northern Kentucky was awarded $40,000 in a grant from Anthem Medicaid.
Ludlow High School hosted its annual homecoming parade through the city on Friday night.
RCN's Brian Frey produced these photos.
The City of Ludlow officially opened its new Train Viewing Station, next to the city building on Elm Street.
The event on Saturday featured music, food, and a dog costume contest.