Ground is now broken on the $35 million residential project Reserve at Bellevue on Covert Run, a development that will feature 74 urban-style homes.
Two private schools in Northern Kentucky were announced Tuesday as U. S. Department of Education 2021 National Blue Ribbon Schools based on their overall academic excellence.
Planning & Development Services of Kenton County (PDS) lowered its county-wide property tax rate to its lowest level in nearly two decades, and cut nearly 20 percent from its annual budget.
Governor Andy Beshear announced last week that he has appointed Northern Kentucky attorney Susanne Mowery Cetrulo, of Edgewood, to serve an unexpired term on the Kentucky Court of Appeals, Sixth Ap
Governor Andy Beshear has appointed multiple people from Northern Kentucky in recent weeks to serve on state boards and commissions.
The Newport Independent School District filled a Spanish teacher position that had been open for more than two years.
The Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky (ESNKY) launched its $5 million capital campaign to complete construction on its new facility at 436 West Thirteenth Street in Covington.
Work to improve the alignment and safety of Hands Pike in South Covington picks up next week with blasting operations.
Residents of a Lakeside Park subdivision protested a third Oxford House sober living home set to operate in the city.
Double lane closures are planned for Interstate 471 on Thursday and Friday.
The 410, Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky’s giving circle for emerging philanthropists, kicked off this week with a vote to determine which foc
A Northern Kentucky school posted to social media to alert parents of students dressing like dogs and barking at each other.
Four local institutions of higher education joined a national initiative designed to close equity gaps within regional cohorts of two- and four-year colleges and universities by the year 2030.
The Union city commission voted unanimous last week to reduce its real property tax rate.
Judge/Executives Gary Moore, Boone County; Steve Pendery, Campbell County; and Kris Knochelmann, Kenton County participated in the annual 'State of NKY' during the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Comm