The winners of the annual River Cities Excellence in Historic Preservation Awards have been announced.
A mother from Ft. Thomas stood with her young son before the Dayton City Council on Tuesday night and talked about the time he was attacked by a dog, forcing a visit to the hospital.
It was a secret operation at Dayton High School on Friday afternoon as school officials covertly planned a ceremony to honor finance clerk and principal's secretary Linda Brandenburg.
The Dayton Board of Education approved the salary schedule for the 2015-2016 school year Wednesday night, with the exception of the Finance Officer Salary.
A Dayton man had to remove his two dogs from the city after the Campbell County Animal Control has deemed them to be pit bulls which are not allowed in city limits.
The Campbell County Fiscal Court passed a resolution that sets out the joint use of riverfront development funds appropriated to the Campbell and Kenton County Fiscal Courts for development of the
The Dayton School Board held a public hearing airing the new District Facility Plan on Wednesday, though no one from the public attended.
Dayton's central business district will see a transformation if a newly adopted program succeeds as planned.
The Dayton YMCA offers local teenagers a safe and comfortable place away from home.
Getting a free book soon could be as easy as going to your front yard, or to your neighbor's yard.
Lincoln Elementary Celebrates State Test Achievement; Dayton Seniors Argue for Graduation Cap Decoration
Lincoln Elementary principal Greg Duty and assistant principal Heather Dragan proudly announced Wednesday night that their school scored "proficient" in state assessments.
Many may not know that perhaps the most decorated athlete ever in the Commonwealth of Kentucky is from Dayton and was a track star.
A mudslide will cause some traffic problems in Campbell County.
More than two inches of rain have fallen on Northern Kentucky in the past two days according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio.
There will soon be more police officers working the streets of Dayton more frequently.