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.
UPDATE: THURSDAY, APRIL 4:
The Campbell County Public Library is asking school districts to join it in funding the Imagination Library.
The City of Newport is considering a city sticker program for residential parking.
Newport Independent Schools was named first place winner of the Magna Award, sponsored by the National School Boards Association's flagship magazine, American School Board Journal.
The historic city stables building in Newport could soon be home to a medical and dental clinic.
The Purple People Bridge isn't as purple as it used to be.