Sophomores Ellee Arnold and Ben Murrin have been selected to represent Newport Central Catholic in the 2016-2017 Regional Youth Leadership Program (RYL).
The New York Times called Next Fall, "The funniest heartbreaker in town!”
Matthew Wilson agrees.
There will be attractive new entrances to Newport from the north and south as part of the Route 9 extension through the city.
Newport Central Catholic’s Athletic Department has announced it will be offering grade school students a number of sport camps and clinics on a regular basis, usually over the summer, to help devel
The City of Cincinnati is suing the City of Newport, the Newport-Southgate Bridge Company, and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet over the condition of the Purple People Bridge on the northbank of
Thanks to a partnership with BB&T, UpSpring is able to continue to empower the children in their after school program at Newport Intermediate School (NIS).
After announcing the Quality of Life plan earlier this year, ReNewport has established a mini-grant program to start the process of implementing that plan and to fund community engagement efforts.
The ribbon is cut and a transformed Buena Vista Park is now a more attractive green destination on Newport's Westside.
A striking transformation has been underway at Buena Vista Park, a neighborhood park nestled just North of the railroads tracks that divide Newport's Westside and Clifton neighborhoods.
This Friday, Newport Central Catholic will host the opening performance of its spring play, Legally Blonde, at 7:30 p.m.
Five juniors from Newport Central Catholic High School have been selected to represent NCC in the Governor's Scholar Program this summer.
Southbank Partners wants to help Northern Kentucky get wired.
The Newport riverfront is poised to become even more entertaining, so long as a newly announced dream comes to fruition.
And $3 million turns up, too.
A Newport resident got quite a scare on Sunday - and barely escaped being part of a tragic turkey accident.
The Newport Independent School District has been awarded a three-year, $300,000 federal grant to continue its before, after, and summer school programs, continuing a nearly 20-year string of winnin