The Kenton County Public Library was honored recently by the Kentucky Recreation and Park Society at the organization's annual state conference and trade show at Lake Barkley Resort Park.
The Campbell County Farm Bureau was recognized for the achievement of its women's program in 2019 with the Gold Star Award of Excellence.
What better gift to give than a gift made from the heart by tiny hands.
Three currently underway or just completed projects in the cities of Covington, Newport, and Dayton are bringing a complete Riverfront Commons project several steps closer to reality.
The cities of Ludlow and Bromley are teaming up for a Christmas event on Saturday, December 7.
Covington is Kentucky's second-friendliest city for LGBTQ people according to the latest report from the Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest LGBTQ advocacy organization.
Kentucky 4-H won the national title at the National 4-H Livestock Judging Competition at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville.
Northern Kentucky University’s Nurse Advocacy Center for the Underserved (NACU) unveiled the Spotlight on Seniors program designed to bring healthcare to seniors living in Covington’s Golden Towers
The Welcome House of Northern Kentucky received a $1.25 million grant from the Day 1 Families Fund, created by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
Mayor Charlie Cleves is welcoming the community to his home to kick off the City of Bellevue's 150th birthday celebration.
The Florence Police Department swore in a new honorary officer last week.
The Northern Kentucky Water District is offering the following tips for customers as cold weather settles in the region.
The Thomas More University Alumni Association honored four individuals at the 2019 Alumni Awards earlier this month in Steigerwald Hall in Thomas More’s Saints Center.
Wreaths are to be laid at the grave sites of veterans buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Southgate as part of the annual Wreaths Across America event.