Next week, April 13-19, is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, a time set aside to recognize the more than 200,000 individuals throughout the United States who play critical roles in
Dolls passed through generations of family members can become worn and weathered throughout the years but when a head falls off, a face gets dirty, or an original dress is ripped there is sanctuary
Stefanie Nelson-Guffey got married one day before her eighteenth birthday and spent most of her life raising four children.
Kentucky volunteer organizations, including the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, are joining utility companies from across the Commonwealth in an effort to reforest thousands of acres of land over the n
A grassroots organization raising awareness about and taking the fight to the local heroin problem has partnered with six venues in Newport and fourteen local bands to put on a music festival that
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EWomen (Extraordinary Women Ministries) will be coming to Northern Kentucky March 28 & 29 for a weekend of the transforming power of the grace of God, offering faith messages from a variety of
When Covington's population shrank dramatically in the 1960s and 1970s, some steadfast residents stayed firmly in place.
Or, so some believe.
When America’s oldest remaining commercial ship, the 1841 Charles W.
They call her Miss Congeniality - but I wouldn't if I were you.
But, as Katie Himes says, the parallels are uncanny.
On Saturday night, Covington retailer District 78 hosted a pop-up shop for local clothing brand SPKNG In Tongues in its space at 33 W. Pike Street.
By Frank Newport