Transform Cincinnati, a new initiative to connect bold ideas to improve Greater Cincinnati with people who have the potential to make significant investments, was announced today by co-founder Rich
When was the last time you truly felt free? Free to think what you want without any distractions? Free to explore the stream of conscious that you only share with yourself?
Businesses in the Historic Downtown Newport Business District on and off Monmouth Street will be hosting the first Second Saturdays Sidewalk Sale of the season this
A freshman at Highlands High School diagnosed with leukemia has seen a swell of support from his classmates this month as they prepare to participate in The Campbell County Relay for Life that will
Not sure what to get mom for Mother’s Day? Check out the Guardians of Hope Craft Fair at the Erlanger Branch of the Kenton County Public Library on Saturday, May 9.
Join your neighbors and friends for the 2015 Today’s Heritage Farm Tour, a celebration of the rich heritage and exciting future of rural Kenton County, on May 9 at the Goshen Christian Church on Br
The Peaslee Early Learning Center, the newest edition to the Children, Inc. network of child care and early learning centers which opened its doors in Over-the-Rhine in November, will receive a do
Trinity Episcopal Church will hold their annual Garden Mart at the corner of 4th and Madison in Covington on Friday, May 8 from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, May 9 from 9:00 a.m.
So you have your go-to tools you pull out each season, right? The shears, the loppers, the hedge trimmers and the trusty lawn mower are all lined up and ready to get dirty.
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The second issue of UNiTE Cincinnati is on newsstands and at retailers in Covington, Cincinnati, Newport, and Dayton as of this weekend.
One of the biggest food drives of the year to benefit low-income families in Northern Kentucky is scheduled for Saturday, May 9, and donors won’t have to go any further than their mailboxes to part
On Friday at Churchill Downs, a Ludlow woman will be honored in the Kentucky Oaks 141 Survivors Parade, a parade for survivors of breast and ovarian cancer.