BLINK drew roughly one million visitors to downtown Cincinnati in 2017 and in its new production this weekend, large crowds are expected again as the event grows into Covington.
Northern Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie spoke Wednesday in Covington at a luncheon hosted by Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) at the Northern Kentucky Convention Cent
The Ft. Wright city council voted this week to maintain its tax rate after an hour-long discussion.
A basketball court in Covington's Annie Hargraves Park is now a colorful piece of art named for a local basketball star.
Like Harvey, Like Son is a documentary film chronicling a father-son adventure along the 2,198-mile Appalachian Trail.
O'l Red and Reba announced their pending nuptials.
City officials volunteered Thursday to assemble meal packs for children in need.
CHNK Behavioral Health announced that Crystal Leugers will serve as chief programming officer.
Volunteers from Housing Opportunities of Northern Kentucky (HONK) spent two days earlier this month to support a local church.
A Latonia man who previously admitted to illegal possession of nine Social Security cards and aggravated identity theft was sentenced to 40 months in prison by U.S. District Court Judge David L.
On Tuesday, the Covington city commission is expected to approve the hiring of Vid Krull, Jr. as a police officer, and also to accept the resignation of police recruit Detrick Johnson.
The Kenton County Fiscal Court held its first meeting at its new government meeting, days after various county government agencies moved into the facility.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin will make two stops in Northern Kentucky on Thursday.