Newport's Falcon Theater is pivoting from the stage to the screen for its upcoming production of Daisy, Sam Devine's play that explores the creation of one of American politics'
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.
The former Barnes & Noble Booksellers at Newport on the Levee is set to become "The Exchange", North American Properties (NAP) announced this week.
Newport Racing & Gaming announced Monday that it plans to open to the public on Friday, October 2.
Nine Northern Kentucky city governments were approved for nearly $3 million in reimbursements from the federal coronavirus relief legislation approved earlier this year to address the
This story has been updated after Newport Schools corrected its original announcement.
Residents of a Covington apartment community will receive added benefits with Ovation Pavilion, the new Newport music venue, opens.
The City of Newport was awarded a federal Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Responses (SAFER) grant in the amount of $908,238.
Newport-based Wooden Cask Brewery is among four across Kentucky to take part in Secretary of State Michael Adams's new initiative to promote poll worker recruitment and voter registration.
Newport on the Levee's overhaul entered a new phase as developer North American Properties announced Wednesday that it is moving into "major construction."
NB Develop, LLC won approval from the City of Newport's planning and zoning commission to change its zoning from residential hillside to multifamily, allowing no more than ten units per acre.
The Newport board of adjustment decided favorably on a project that would renovate much of the building that currently is - and ideally, according to the developer, will continue to be home to York
Three Northern Kentucky school districts have new leaders to begin this unique year heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This article has been corrected where noted.
The Newport board of education met in person last Wednesday, though not in the usual meeting room.
The USS Nightmare won't open for the Halloween season this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.