Crestview Hills City Administrator Tim Williams announced that he is retiring effective November 1.
A traffic shift went into effect on Monday and will last through Friday on Dixie Highway (U.S. 25) in Boone County near the Florence-Erlanger line.
Supporters of the reelection of President Donald Trump plan to rally again in the form of a vehicular parade around the I-275 loop.
RCN contributor Patricia A. Scheyer covers Northern Kentucky's urban school district.
The Boone County Fiscal Court is in solid financial shape, County Administrator Jeff Earlywine proclaimed last week after his presentation on the first quarter of the new fiscal year, which covers
The following is a list of news items from local cities as covered by RCN's Patricia A. Scheyer:
Sanitation District 1 recently celebrated the 200th project in its community partnership storm water assistance public cost-share program.
The City of Covington formally adopted its new neighborhood development code (NDC) as a replacement for its previous zoning ordinance.
The City of Covington awarded more than $110,000 to three agencies helping with emergency food distribution during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sanitation District 1 announced that it completed its latest round of bond refunding which the utility said would save rate payers $14.8 million in debt service over the life of two refunded bond s
An 8-year old boy was taken to a local hospital in critical condition after he was struck by a car Friday afternoon.
Boone County Schools announced Wednesday that it would be adjusting its instructional model to include more in-person instruction, combining its two hybrid groups starting Thursday, October 29.
Governor Andy Beshear said Tuesday that health officials will be watching to see if there is any stabilization in what has been a prolonged spike in daily COVID-19 cases in the state.
$8.5 million in transportation funding was announced Tuesday by Gov.
$2.8 million is available to fourteen Recovery Kentucky centers across the state to ensure safe and secure housing for those recovering from substance use disorder, Governor Andy Beshear announced