Did you know that May is National Historic Preservation Month?
One of the casualties of Governor Matt Bevin's veto pen was $300,000 that was expected go towards Riverfront Commons, the recreational trail system being developed along Northern Kentucky's River C
Though I am not the first, I do want to congratulate all those who partook in the Flying Pig half- or full-marathon. What a huge endeavor.
When you gotta go, you gotta go - and now a Ludlow man is behind bars in North Carolina.
The Ludlow Board of Education approved a contract with Health Point to provide dental care for students in the district at Thursday's meeting.
The Young Marines, a national youth organization, has named YM SgtMaj Caleb Maurer, 15, its Division 2 “Young Marine of the Year”.
Bromley City Councilman Kaleb Miller stepped down and his resignation was formally accepted by the rest of council at Wednesday night's meeting, which was rescheduled from earlier this mo
Ludlow Youth Football is more than just a sports organization, we are a family. For some players and cheerleaders, this is the case both literally and figuratively.
In a sign of the times, there was some surprise at the Ludlow City Council meeting last Thursday when Fire Chief Rob Dreyer announced that there had been no dispatches for heroin overdoses in the c
Southbank Partners wants to help Northern Kentucky get wired.
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