Former Kentucky Secretary of State and Northern Kentucky resident Trey Grayson was announced Thursday as the executive director of the Aspen Institute's Rodel Fellowships in Public Leadership.
Florence city leaders saw a presentation Tuesday night on Churchill Downs's plans for Turfway Park, which it purchased recently, and which will eventually be torn down, rebuilt, and rebranded as Ne
Santcuary Village in Villa Hills is now underway.
Ashley Builders Group announced that ground has broken on the 100-acre site with construction of the homes to begin in the fall of 2020.
A road project begins on Memorial Parkway in parts of Newport and Fort Thomas on Wednesday.
Governor Matt Bevin announced a new round of appointments to state boards and commissions, a list that includes three from Northern Kentucky.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and others announced Tuesday a new public engagement effort to drive more Northern Kentuckians to the polls on November 5 when the state elects a governor
It was a night of honors for current and former city officials at last week's Fort Mitchell city council meeting.
Florence city council discussed the recent sale of Turfway Park to Churchill Downs, a move that followed Churchill's original announcement that it would seek to build its own Northern Kentucky faci
The Taylor Mill city commission voted in support of a resolution to alter the speed limit on Taylor Mill Road from 45 to 35 miles per hour.
The City of Edgewood agreed to participate in Sanitation District 1's program that splits the cost for a homeowner who experienced water damage.
The City of Elsmere is moving closer to moving out.
A thoroughbred racing think tank has asked Kentucky lawmakers to consider allowing a new type of bet on horse races.
Five Northern Kentucky transportation projects are among the twenty-three receiving nearly $63 million in federal funds awarded through the Ohio Kentucky Indiana Council of Regional Governments (OK