St. Vincent de Paul Northern Kentucky has launched its annual Summer Breeze program, an effort to collect fans to distribute to neighbors in need as the temperatures turn warmer.
Multiple students from Northern Kentucky were nominated for the American Jewish Committee (AJC)'s Simon Lazarus, Jr. Human Relations Award.
The honor has been presented since 1965.
The winners of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KTYC) 2021 Adopt-a-Highway Art Contest were announced, an included several from Northern Kentucky schools.
The Greater Cincinnati Remake Learning Days festival is scheduled for Friday, May 15 through Sunday, May 17.
From the City of Covington.
The invading horde called Brood X will soon emerge from its 17-year-old underground hiding place.
Special to The River City News
Written by Matt McCarty of the Kentucky School Board Association
Northern Kentucky University will celebrate more than 5,000 graduates with five in-person ceremonies, the first such commencement events since December 2019.
From the Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky:
An Alexandria man won $1 million playing a Kentucky Lottery scratch-off game.
Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) awarded $189,500 in Summertime Kids grants to 169 regional nonprofit organizations this year, including some in Northern Kentucky.
A celebration is planned to showcase the new Gateway Flats at Manhattan Harbour in Dayton.
Newport on the Levee hosted a Kentucky Derby party on Saturday at its Bridgeview Box Park.
Michael Thompson is set to graduate from Thomas More University this month with a bachelor's degree in fine art.
Cyndi Reusch relished in the comforting quietness as she sat atop Shiloh at Milesones Inc., an equestrian farm in Independence devoted to therapeutic horseback riding.
Art is meant to be shared, according to artist Susan Cramer.