Every year the Kentucky Radon Program hosts a Radon Poster Contest in order to educate on the dangers of the colorless, odorless gas known as Radon and the importance of testing your home.
The City of Newport is seeking the public's input on the planned improvements to Festival Park.
Former State Rep. Arnold Simpson received a 2020 Pioneer Award this week from the Kenton County fiscal court.
Volunteers are being sought to help plant trees in Covington on Saturday.
Two Northern Kentucky schools were among five across Greater Cincinnati named as winners of the Take Charge automated external defibrillator (AED) school program sponsored by the Congenital Heart A
From Covington Independent Public Schools.
The Point/Arc, the Covington-based nonprofit that assists individuals with developmental disabilities, announced its fifteenth residential home on Sunday.
A Cooper High School teacher was honored by the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT), the INTERalliance of Greater Cincinnati announced Tuesday.
Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company today announced the awarding of Plant for the Planet grants to 23 organizations across Kentucky, including Newport-based ReNewport
A free drive-through grocery distribution is scheduled to take place in Newport next week.
The Diocese of Covington announced Wednesday that its high school graduation ceremonies will be hosted in-person at the schools' pre-COVID-19 pandemic venues.
At least ten locations in Covington will be targeted for clean-up on Saturday.
The official 2021 Governor's Derby Celebration Poster was unveiled on Monday.
The Stray Animal Adoption Program (SAAP) announced Monday that it received a $120,000 grant investment from the newly named Petco Love organization to support its work in the Cincinnati and Norther
The official lists of students named to the Governor's School for the Arts and the Governor's School for Entrepreneurs.