Food service workers at Newport Independent Schools were honored formally by the Kentucky House of Representatives for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The opening of the City of Newport's newest park was celebrated earlier this month.
Four members of the Northern Kentucky Young Marines recently attended and graduated from the Young Marines Junior Leadership School (JLS) in Cheltenham, Maryland.
Brighton Center honored Fidelity Investments with its annual Elizabeth Herald Community of Support of Award.
A Newport Central Catholic student is among those recognized as a "commended student" by the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Covington Catholic High School senior Pete Williams was named a semifinalist in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
Iris Sullivan was named winner of the Connie O'Donnell Student Art Invitational for the second consecutive year.
Sullivan, of Latonia, is a junior at Holy Cross High School.
Three students from Boone County were among those honored in the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s (KYTC) 2019-20 Adopt-a-Highway Art Contest.
After thirty-eight years at the City of Erlanger, Economic Development Director David Hahn is retiring.
GO Pantry, the local organization that works to provide food to children in Northern Kentucky, announced its new junior board and junior ambassador council members, all students at local high schoo
Covington Independent Public Schools will participate in Kentucky First Lady Britainy Beshear’s “Coverings for Kids” initiative to bring in mask donations for each school di
Fort Mitchell native and Beechwood High School graduate Brandt Coleman was awarded a Government of Ireland International Education Scholarship for the 2020-21 academic year.
Someone who purchased a Powerball ticket in Erlanger won a prize of $100,000 the Kentucky Lottery announced Monday.
Two students from Villa Madonna Academy were National Merit semifinalists.