It was a busy weekend across the River Cities!
A house in Dayton burned to the ground on Monday.
A big weekend is in store in the Northern Kentucky River Cities!
While giving a presentation in Frankfort, leaders from the Dayton Independent School District got wind of a grant opportunity that could benefit its youngest students.
UPDATE: Joseph Marshall was located and reunited with his family, and Dayton Police report that he is doing fine.
Photos from the Cities of Bellevue and Dayton Memorial Day Parade.
Photos by RCN contributor Brian Frey.
There are eight new bike racks installed in Dayton.
Dayton is quietly building a dining destination along Sixth Avenue.
The latest: Trotta's Steak & Seafood, which celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday.
The City of Dayton may consider adding more police.
At last week's city council meeting, Police Chief David Halfhill said of his department, "We always feel like we're one behind."
The Dayton Board of Education voted on Tuesday to accept the salary schedule for district employees.
This story has been updated to include information about the arrest of the driver.
Another crash in Dayton is blamed on a heroin overdose, police said Tuesday.
In a single half hour during Wednesday night's Bellevue City Council meeting, Bellevue-Dayton Fire Chief Michael Auteri was notified of two heroin overdoses in the two cities.
Kids flocked to Gil Lynn Park for the annual Easter egg hunt in Dayton.
The River City News's Brian Frey produced these photos.
In February, a car slammed into Smitty's Bar on Sixth Avenue in Dayton, crashing through the front wall.
The driver had overdosed on heroin.