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.
Plans for a new microbrewery in Dayton are no longer on the table.
The Dayton School Board voted Wednesday night to change the point grading system in their high school.
A couple in Dayton is looking to obtain the right-of-way on Belmont Avenue in order to build a new house on their property.
The old Mason Lodge that rises prominently from Sixth Avenue in Dayton is one of the city's most impressive buildings.
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
About a half dozen concerned parents came to the regular Dayton School Board meeting Wednesday night to complain about the food being served to their children.
The Campbell County Fiscal Court won an important battle at the Kentucky State Supreme Court that will save the county millions of dollars in 911 call fees.
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.
His days in office winding down, Governor Steve Beshear made a whirlwind trip around Northern Kentucky handing out ceremonial checks worth millions of dollars.
HomeFest Manhattan Harbour will end at 6pm on Sunday, October 18.
This is the final week of HomeFest Manhattan Harbour, presented by Florida Tile. The event, produced by the Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky, runs through October 18th.
Holmes High School celebrated its third annual Close the Deal event on Thursday with remarks from Covington Mayor Sherry Carran, Dayton Vice Mayor (and 1996 Holmes graduate) Ben Baker, and Fidelity
Road maintenance was the big topic at this month's meeting of the Dayton City Council.