If you've noticed some strangely dressed individuals hanging around the Northern Kentucky Convention Center, don't be alarmed.
Wonder how that guy down the street keeps his lawn so healthy and lush?
Elisabeth Sebastian, Director of Professional Education and Outreach for the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati which serves 50,000 Alzheimer's patients and their families, is the recipi
Community members are invited to improve their cardiac age through the Take Time for Your Heart program, offered by the St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute.
If you haven’t heard already then you should know Covington is Awesome, our bicentennial is here, and we have a lot to celebrate on this side of the river.
Bellevue has appropriately turned to the head of Mackey Advisors, the Fairfield Avenue-based financial management firm, to lead its fundraising efforts to land Red Bike stations in the city.
Children’s Law Center (CLC), a local nonprofit serving Greater Cincinnati’s disadvantaged and vulnerable children, celebrates its 25th anniversary with the third annual Dancing With The CLC Stars f
No Northern Kentucky city is moving as swiftly to land Red Bike stations than Newport.
The Friends of Covington have named their 2015 recipient of the Covington Award, the organization's highest honor which is handed out annually at its largest fundraiser.
Villa Madonna Academy senior David Breidenich earned a Gold Medal and a trip to the state finals for his documentary on Northern Kentucky in the Civil War.
The Boone County Cliffs Nature Preserve is a 74-acre piece of land that has been a destination for hikers and other nature enthusiasts for decades.
All weeds are pests, but some are just downright detestable. Let them go in spring, and you’ll be sorry all summer.
“I don't mean to brag, I don't mean to boast. But I'm intercontinental when I eat French toast.” – Beastie Boys, The Move
The City of Covington was the recipient of a $50,000 grant from Interact for Health, the organization announced Tuesday.
Eight students from the eighth grade class at St. Joseph School in Crescent Springs have been awarded academic scholarships to diocesan high schools.