For the Northern Kentucky River Cities, 2015 will be hard to top -- but in 2016, it might just happen.
Bellevue Mayor Ed Riehl came to the Bellevue Board of Education meeting last Wednesday night to talk about a meeting with the juniors and seniors from Bellevue High school who have taken
Twelve families had Christmas come a little early this year, as the Bellevue-Dayton Fire Department eschewed a sleigh and offered Santa a fire truck to ride on, with lights and sirens ins
The Bellevue-Dayton Fire Board honored a resident at its meeting last week with a Civilian Commendation Award.
A popular Bellevue restaurant that was once featured on the Food Network has closed.
A legal dispute between the City of Bellevue and the developer of a residential project on the riverfront prevented a decision from the planning & zoning commission being made on Monday night.
Plans have been presented to both the Dayton City Council and the Bellevue City Council and now the Bellevue-Dayton Fire Board has decided to take a step forward in purchasing a new fire truck for
A letter from Alexandria Mayor Bill Rachford to superintendents of all seven school districts in Campbell County and to the mayors and school board members in each community, prompted a public resp
A team from the East Row Garden Club of Newport and the Bellevue Neighborhood Association, are collaborating on the beautification and expansion of the site of a tollgate once located on the city's
The United Dairy Farmers in Bellevue has committed to donating 20 gallons of milk each week from Friday, November 6, through the end of March to the Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky (ESNKY).
The Bellevue-Dayton Fire Department sought approval from Dayton City Council to enter into an agreement to accept a bid on a new fire ladder truck that would cost the city around $50,000 annually.
Two Northern Kentucky residents were awarded $10,000 project grants by People’s Liberty—a philanthropic lab that brings together civic-minded talent to address challenges and uncover opportunities
The closure of Senior Services of Northern Kentucky (SSNK) was discussed at the Bellevue School Board meeting this week during a visit by Mayor Ed Riehl.
Looking to develop a deeper connection with clients throughout northern Kentucky, SHP Leading Design has opened a new office at 223 Fairfield Avenue in Bellevue.