The City of Newport has launched a COVID-19 Financial Assistance Program to provide grants of up to $1,000 to assist eligible businesses impacted by the pandemic.
The owners of one classic Newport business announced Monday that they have purchased another one.
Newport businesses are asking for support from local customers during the holiday shopping season by way of five new videos released on Wednesday.
Kory Quitter has had the entrepreneur spirit since he was just a child.
The Purple People Bridge in Newport will light up with a Christmas "wish" tree standing 25-ft.
The Newport Dog Park is now opened in an improved and larger capacity.
The Newport Independent School General Educational Development (GED) program, Campbell County Skills U (CCSU), has been ranked the number one program in the state by the Kentucky Department of Educ
Brighton Center announced Wednesday a new leadership structure in anticipation of Wonda Winkler taking over as president and chief executive officer at the Newport-based agency.
The popular Beyond the Curb urban living tours that typically take place twice a year in Northern Kentucky's river cities, is virtual this year.
A Newport teacher was named the teacher of the week by Cincinnati radio station WRRM, "Warm 98".
Kristen Edwards is a special education teacher at the Newport Intermediate School.
The Exchange Market at Newport on the Levee opens Saturday with ten local businesses operating inside the former Barnes & Noble Booksellers store now transformed into an 11,000-sq.
Newport Central Catholic High School announced the hiring of a 2016 graduate as its new boys track coach.
The organization that operates the Purple People Bridge between Newport and Cincinnati named Mike Claypool as board member emeritus.
Spectrum opened a new location in Newport, moving from the Newport Shopping Center to Newport Plaza II.
Roughly 250 face masks were donated to Newport Independent Schools by the Campbell County Public Library.