Independence Cemetery has recently opened one of the largest contiguous pollinator habitats in Northern Kentucky.
Kentucky First Lady Glenna Bevin is partnering with Focus on the Family, local faith and community organizations, and state government agencies to host four joint Uniting Kentucky and Wait No More
The Kentucky Beer Series returns this fall and Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles said Tuesday that it will be bigger and better than ever.
A family tradition continues for a pair of Morning View sisters as the Kentucky State Fair rolls on in Louisville.
Highlands High School senior Maria Broering earned a perfect score of 36 on the ACT test.
June marked Broering's fourth attempt at the test.
The Little Caesars Love Kitchen will roll into Welcome House to provide fresh Little Caesars pizza meals for approximately 175 people in need on Wednesday.
The Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame on Tuesday announced its sixth class of inductees in Frankfort.
More than 900 backpacks filled with school supplies will be given away to school children from low-income families on Saturday, Aug.
The fourth annual Farm to Table Dinner by Covington Farmers Market is Sunday.
All proceeds benefit the weekly market.
Low-income Kentuckians who shop at farmers markets this week will double their buying power.
The tourism commissions of Northern Kentucky, Frankfort, and Bardstown announced a joint marketing initiative focused on bourbon.
The first completed section of Riverfront Commons in Dayton will be celebrated with a ribbon-cutting this week.
Three new Red Bike stations are set to open in Newport.
The Cincinnati-based bike-sharing organization is expanding in Newport with partial funding from a federal transportation grant.
This year's Florence Student Ambassadors scholarships were awarded to Jennifer Schalk and Zane Schneider, students at Boone County High School.