A pair of Covington businesses announced temporary closures this week following possible exposure to COVID-19.
Work begins this week on the first in a series of murals commemorating Newport's 225th anniversary.
Artists are working on the city's floodwall along Dave Cowens Drive.
The following story was submitted by Newport Independent Public Schools as a profile of new superintendent Antonio (Tony) Watts.
Bobby Mackey's famous bar along Licking Pike in Wilder is well known for its live music, and, perhaps, for its tales of paranormal activity on the premises.
The Northern Kentucky Scholar House in Newport has new openings for qualified residents.
This article has been updated with comment from J.D.
Newport residents who complete the United States 2020 Census will eligible to win a $50 gift card through a promotion being offered by the City of Newport.
Taylor Anne Walz, a 2015 graduate of Newport Central Catholic, is returning to campus as the dance team coach.
The following letter is from Antonio Watts, who takes over as superintendent of Newport Independent Schools on July 1.
Dear Newport Community,
Two Newport legs of the Riverfront Commons Pathway – a pair of elevated walkways connecting the urban trail to the Taylor-Southgate Bridge and Newport on the Levee – were formally dedicated Saturda
The Fourth Street/Veterans Memorial Bridge between Covington and Newport is fully reopened, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Friday.
The following letter is written by Kelly Middleton, who is retiring as superintendent of Newport Independent Schools after nearly eight years.
A local grade-schooler urged her mother to help her organize a Black Lives Matter fundraiser on Saturday in Covington to benefit African-American organizations.
The City of Newport is turning to its reserves to boost the budget just adopted by the city commission.
Newport Central Catholic High School named a 2013 graduate its new cheerleading coach.
Samantha Kroger was a cheerleader for the Thoroughbreds and the University of Cincinnati.