A permanent, revolving retail market is set to arrive at Newport on the Levee this summer.
A new video details the timeline of the fiery truck crash that forced the weeks-long closure of the Brent Spence Bridge to its full restoration and reopening.
Three Northern Kentucky school districts are among more than 90 across the state to share in $8.13 million to replace dozens of older diesel school buses with cleaner diesel or propane buses.
Two Northern Kentucky students were honored as award winners at the 2021 Martin Luther King, Jr. Awards, hosted by the Martin Luther King, Jr.
An additional 124 Wi-Fi access points (or, hotspots) are being installed across the city as part of the Covington Connect initiative, announced last summer to better connect local students to the i
Covington Independent Public Schools will remain on an all-virtual learning calendar due to the number of staff under COVID-19-related quarantine.
The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) Board of Directors approved the appointment of new officers to lead the transportation planning organization for 2021.
Florence city council listened to a first reading of an ordinance changing zoning regulations related to animals, particularly those more associated with farmland.
Park Hills city council gave its approval to pervious parking spaces, designed to be an alternative to more typical parking pads at residences.
Ft. Wright Police Chief Ed Butler showed city council a picture of a new cruiser, a Dodge Durango, with a new decal for the department.
A Cynthiana Court resident complained to Independence city council last week about a neighbor parking a box truck in that neighbor's driveway.
Edgewood city council discussed complaints from residents about sidewalks being blocked by vehicles.
Erlanger council met for the first time this year but old issues from last year were discussed.