Cincy Sundaes will host its second ice cream social from 3-5 p.m. on May 11 at Covington Arts on Seventh Street in Covington.
Covington-based Ashland, Inc announced Wednesday that 800 employees would leave the company by the end of 2014 either through voluntary severance packages or by job elimination.
100 holes of golf will be played in one day by passionate supporters of Holy Cross High School that hope to cool the gym on the Latonia campus.
Contractors will be installing traffic counting loops at locations on I-75 between the Fifth Street exit in Covington and the Dixie Highway ramps.
The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission has purchased a former medical building at 1001 Scott Boulevard where it plans to operate three preschool classrooms and a daycare.
A fire destroyed a home on East 41st Street in Latonia overnight.
A new campaign website launched by Kenton County Commissioner Kris Knochelmann was described as "a cheap shot" by Judge-Executive Steve Arlinghaus on Tuesday morning.
The thirtieth Outstanding Women of Northern Kentucky awards will be presented on Wednesday to women who have provided a “distinguished service to the community.” The 2014 awards luncheon happens at
The Boone County Sheriff's Office has released video showing the moments leading up to a deadly shooting involving one of its deputies.
Last week's top stories include the death of a 19-year old Covington woman who allegedly struck a Boone Co.
Troy Williams set a goal for himself to open his own salon before his fortieth birthday.
That milestone happens next month and his goal was achieved just in time.
Sandi Stonebraker has operated her small, children-oriented shop on Sixth Street in Mainstrasse Village for sixteen years and while the focus will remain on the youngest of customers (or, more spec