Newport Aquarium was named one of the best aquariums in the country by USA Today, which ranked the top ten.
Bar Louie, a longtime tenant at Newport on the Levee since the entertainment destination opened in 2001, is closing.
818 Monmouth Street in Newport is the historic home to one of Northern Kentucky's most beloved twentieth century retail establishments, Eilerman's.
Welcome House of Northern Kentucky hopes to open a transitional shelter for men, offering services that would help homeless men find stable housing and employment after their stays.
The businesses behind the forthcoming redevelopment of Newport on the Levee are now known.
The City of Newport approved a ground lease with Skywheel, the large observation wheel slated for the riverfront.
Sub Station II in Fort Wright is celebrating National Pay It Forward Day by donating sandwiches to Parish Kitchen in Covington and Henry Hosea House in Newport.
An Ohio man who pretended to be a missing Illinois boy was indicted by a grand jury with charges related to making false statements to federal agents and aggravated identity theft.
Two juniors from Newport Central Catholic High School have been selected to represent NCC in the Governor's Scholar Program this summer.
The students are Jacob Frisk and Jonah Krebs.
The spring/summer concert series known as Party on the Purple is set to return to Newport's Purple People Bridge.
The first free party arrives Wednesday, May 1, at 6 p.m.
A new medical facility could soon make its way to Newport.
Plans to implement a residential parking plan throughout the City of Newport received mixed reviews at last week's city council meeting.
The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra is hosting is second annual Bourbon Barrel Ball later this month.
The Taste of Newport returns to Monmouth Street for its seventh year in June, and the event is looking for artists to participate.
Actor, writer, and director Emilio Estevez will be in Newport on Saturday for a showing of his latest film, The Public.