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.
Homefest is underway at Dayton's Manhattan Harbour and, wow, what a sight!
These stunning estates nearly touch the Ohio River and are open for your to view for most of the month.
The Dayton Independent Schools Board of Education approved a working budget of approximately $8 million at last week's regular meeting.
Go fly a kite!
In Dayton, a new event aims high to bring families to Gil Lynn Park for a day of fun, food, and flying.
More than $5 million is on its way to Northern Kentucky by way of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Governor Steve Beshear announced Thursday.
A big boost to development in Covington, Newport, Ludlow, Bellevue, and Dayton is coming in the form of a large contribution from the United States Department of the Treasury's Community Developmen
The Third Annual Psalms Festival is set for Saturday, September 19 at Gil Lynn Park in Dayton, where kids will have a variety of fun things to do and the adults can enjoy the music from six local C
The man found buried under a concrete floor in a Dayton basement has been identified as the investigation continues into how he got there.
The City of Dayton is exploring a possible daytime curfew and the acquisition of a new police dog.
The Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky will open HomeFest Manhattan Harbour, presented by Florida Tile, beginning October 3
Dayton Police on Saturday said that a body was found inside a home on Sixth Avenue.
Additional details are scant, however.
The Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky will open HomeFest Manhattan Harbour, presented by Florida Tile, beginning October 3 and running through October
The community got a look at what the new single family and apartment homes along Dayton's riverfront will look like when the city's planning & zoning committee unanimously approved the plans on
At a special meeting of the Dayton Board of Education on Wednesday before its regular meeting, the general fund tax levy of 106.4 cents per $100 of real property, and 108.1 cents per $100 on person