Northern Kentucky University is one of the nation’s best campuses for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students, according to Campus Pride, a national benchmarking tool for colleges a
Northern Kentucky University's School of the Arts (SOTA) continues its new Summit Series with a discussion of Arts in the Age of Me Too: Women in the Arts.
Samaritan's Feet International is back in the region donating hundreds of shoes to kids who need them.
A donation of 45,000 pounds of food was made to GO Pantry by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Kenton County's annual Letters to Santa program begins Monday, November 16, the county's parks and recreation department announced.
Northern Kentucky-based author Rick Robinson claimed prizes at the Paris Book Festival and the New York Book Festival.
The City of Edgewood hosted its fall festival and RCN's Patricia A. Scheyer produced these photos.
Five recipients of the Kenton County Pioneer Award were named this month.
The City of Covington named its new parks & recreation director earlier this month.
The City of Crestview Hills now has a new park.
An Elsmere man lost his wife earlier this month and on the same day he picked up her remains, he won $200,000 in a Kentucky Lottery scratch-off game.
New "little libraries" have popped up across Kenton County.
GoTeachKY has named 32 teacher ambassadors for 2021, and the list includes a few from Northern Kentucky schools.
Dayton Independent Schools received a donation of 142 backpacks from a ninth grader from Mason, Oh.