Our region continues to pick up the pieces and carry on the offerings that were once provided by Senior Services of Northern Kentucky, the social service agency that abruptly shuttered last fall.
Curious about yoga but concerned that your downward-facing dog may not bark as well as others'?
The City of Ludlow and the Ludlow Senior Center are hosting a 1950’s themed prom for residents aged 60 and over on April 1 at the Ludlow Senior Center.
Ludlow Independent Schools Superintendent Michael Borchers announced Thursday night that the district will be able to offer full-day kindergarten next year as a pilot program to any child
Bromley City Council gave a provisional OK for Jason Perry's new restaurant, called the Key Note Cafe, which he wants to locate in the old Simpler Times building at 18 Pike Street.
As a member of the Ludlow City Council, one of the most important roles we play as a elected officials is being a good steward of the public money with which we are entrusted.
The Ludlow Independent School district officially broke ground Wednesday for the new gym addition which will house exercise and health equipment that will be accessible for the school and
The Ludlow Board of Education listened to a presentation about a Mobile Computer Lab at Thursday night's meeting.
The fight continues in Ludlow, and this time it may be more contentious then ever.
Business partners Jason Perry and Aaron Hedrick came to the Bromley City Council meeting on Wednesday night to turn in papers relating to the property that they now have at 18 Pike Street
The City of Bromley chose to contract with Crescent Springs-Villa Hills Fire Department for Advanced Life Support (ALS) service, ending the city's relationship with private third-party pr
It seems like before our children are even born we are looking for activities to sign them up for. Will I have a soccer player or basketball player? Will they be on the chess team or Odyssey team?
State Commission Examining Bromley Fire Department as Neighboring Chief Says City Not Pulling Weight
It appears that the battle between the City of Ludlow and Ludlow Youth Football, Inc.