Former Dayton City Administrator Dennis Redmond told a Cincinnati TV station Monday that he was forced to resign.
The amount of time he has had to spend in Northern Kentucky is baffling to Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen.
NKY Hates Heroin, a local organization committed to finding solutions for the region's heroin epidemic, will present a check to the Droege House in Dayton on Thursday.
As the year 2015 approaches, it’s time to start thinking about Northern Kentucky’s next strategic plan.
UPDATE: The chemical spill from the Elk River in West Virginia is expected to make its way into the Cincinnati area at 9 p.m. when it should arrive at the Richard Miller Treatment Plant.