When Bellevue Mayor Charlie Cleves's father recently moved into a Fort Thomas retirement community, while his mother was already residing at one in Cold Spring, Cleves recognized a problem.
From Bellevue Mayor Charlie Cleves
Editor's note: A lot of businesses in our community are severely impacted by the new restrictions placed on society amid the governments' response(s) to novel coronavi
Northern Kentucky Restoration Weekend returns on March 21 in Newport.
The Bellevue Board of Education honored longtime baseball coach Rob Sanders last week after he received the United Way Do Good Award.
Bellevue city council listened to a presentation of the Bellevue Riverfront Corridor Study on Wednesday night.
A special meeting of the Bellevue city council is scheduled for Wednesday, February 19, at 6 p.m. at the Callahan Center behind the city building.
The following op-ed is written and submitted by Southbank Partners President Jack Moreland
The City of Bellevue saw significant change to the makeup of its city council and administration after the 2018 elections, but that change will likely remain the norm for the next three years since
The 2020 Greater Cincinnati Polar Plunge is set for Saturday, February 1 at the parking lot near Joe's Crab Shack in Bellevue.
Change continues to be in the development stages along Donnermeyer and Riviera drives.
Bellevue High School now has a fully accessible entrance.
Bellevue Independent Schools is celebrating a record-high for kindergarten readiness based on recent testing.
The new Bellevue Entertainment District (BED) takes effect this weekend with the annual Fairfield Avenue Christmas Walk.
With Inauguration Day for the governor quickly approaching, it is time to address the elephant in the room for all of us in education: What is next for the Kentucky Department of Education?