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He dropped out of this year's Newport City Commission race to run for the Newport Board of Education.
Now he's dropped out of that race, too.
The Newport Independent School District has been awarded a nearly $2 million federal literacy grant that will utilize new programs, books and technology to increase the reading proficiency of stude
Cars striking traffic light poles in the city is costing Newport.
A newly available documentary tells the story of Newport's gangster past.
The Boys & Girls Club facility in Newport is in better condition than before thanks to a group of volunteers from the Northern Kentucky Association of Realtors.
In situations that require an additional degree of stealth, Newport’s police department will soon have a remote-controlled rover robot at its disposal.
We had a great time at Taste of the Levee and Oktoberfest Newport!
RCN photographer Brian Frey snapped these pics.
Some fun events are coming your way this weekend in the Northern Kentucky River Cities - and it looks like summer is extending its stay during these first days of fall, with high temperatures in th
Campbell County took the first step toward upgrading its public safety radios Wednesday, agreeing to join forces with Boone and Kenton counties to overhaul communication systems in Northe
The City of Newport rang in its new brand campaign at the World Peace Bell on a warm Wednesday evening, just before Police Chief Tom Collins's band - The Revolvers - took the stage as part of the N
Four Notre Dame Academy students have been named National Merit semifinalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship competition.
Beautification efforts in Newport were the topic at Monday night's city commission caucus meeting. The plans include a new stretch of sidewalks, a new monument, and new trees.
In recognition of "Patriot Day" on September 11, the Newport Aquarium will offer free admission to first responders this weekend.