A new report released recently by the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy reveals downward trends in job opportunities, full-time work, wages and even living standards for many in the labor force.
Thomas More College's 2014-2015 school year marks one of the largest classes of incoming students that the College has ever seen, as well as the greatest number of students living in the residence
It is named for one of Covington's most famous native sons, is located in its most popular entertainment district, is situated in a densely populated neighborhood, and is passed by thousands of mot
Since 1983, the Food & Drug Administration has barred gay and bisexual men from being eligible blood donors.
The director of the Creation Museum in Boone County is accusing what he calls the secular media of keeping his facility out of the public eye.
COV200, the group charged with managing the City of Covington’s bicentennial celebration, is looking for a team of enthusiastic, energetic representatives to serve as COV200 Ambassadors at Covingto
Three local organizations will share in $50,000 worth of grants awarded by the Kentucky Arts Council.
Six adjoining counties in the Eastern Kentucky Coal Field rank among the nation’s 10 hardest counties to live in, as defined by six factors compiled byThe New York Times to measure quality and long
For decades – even centuries – riverfront real estate in cities from New York to Seattle meant mostly one thing: shipping, and the industries that relied on it.
A federal judges has ruled that same-sex couples have the right to be married in Kentucky.
Trinity Episcopal Church hosted an Alice in Wonderland-themed prom on Saturday at its historic building in Downtown Covington.
Northern Kentucky Pride Fest flooded Goebel Park and Mainstrasse Village on Saturday -- but so did the rain.
NKY Pride kicked off Friday with its annual bike ride through the River Cities.