For a better yard and healthy plants in the warmer months, winterizing your landscaping is crucial.
Around 100 volunteers came together in Ludlow to chip in on the Ludlow Memorial Park Overhaul that took place on Friday morning.
Thomas More College (TMC) is inviting local writers to set aside a full day to dedicate to the art and craft of creative writing at the Community of Creative Writers Retreat on Saturday, November 7
On the heels of releasing his first studio album in over three decades – The Loneliest Man I Ever Met – Kinky Friedman has hit the road.
Ludlow City Park is getting an “extreme” makeover.
This is the final week of HomeFest Manhattan Harbour, presented by Florida Tile. The event, produced by the Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky, runs through October 18th.
On Wednesday, October 21, City Barbeque will hold its fifth annual fundraiser to fight cancer.
The Bean Bash, the annual fundraiser unique to Northern Kentucky, took place on Saturday at Turfway Park.
On Monday at 10:16 a.m., Keith Piercy took the 100,000th Red Bike Ride.
Diabetes educators from the Northern Kentucky Diabetes Coalition will be participating in supermarket tours to provide real-time nutrition information to those with or at risk for diabetes.
The first ever Curveball Classic Wiffle Ball Tournament was held on Saturday at Lemker Field in Ludlow.
This year marks the 24th year the Friends of Covington will honor home owners and business owners with Beautification Awards that recognize people who have invested time, energy and money into maki
The Center for Great Neighborhoods has opened nominations for our 2015 Community Leader Awards.
Education, business and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) intersect the maker movement and local start-up cultures in a very unlikely place thanks to $50,000 from a National Science