The first to get in line - publicly - to replace retiring Judge Gregory Popovich as Campbell County District Judge is Newport City Commissioner John Hayden.
On March 8, Talbert House celebrated the life and philanthropy of late Vice President Pam McClain and introduced the inaugural McClain Scholarship recipients.
Two Newport men are behind bars this week after being arrested on child pornography charges, Attorney General Andy Beshear announced Thursday.
Dana Tucker, a senior at Newport Central Catholic High School, is the recipient of the newly established Bishop Roger J. Foys Ministry and Service Scholarship through Thomas More College.
Borderlands Creative Workspace & Studio is hosting "Pie Day" on March 14 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in Newport.
For the first time since 2000, Newport Central Catholic is headed to Rupp Arena and the Kentucky Sweet 16.
It has been a process nearly two years in the making and on Thursday, March 10, the quality of life plan for Newport will be presented to the community.
Cincinnati Bell Business, a new division of Cincinnati Bell, and Newport-based Nexigen are partnering to deliver carrier and telecommunications solutions with a unique “customer first” approach.
Northern Kentucky Scholar house has reached a major milestone in reaching full capacity and will soon celebrate another milestone.
The region's urban renaissance got another boost on Wednesday morning when Duke Energy announced the latest recipients of its Urban Revitalization Grants.
Roula Allouch, chair of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)'s national board, will be the luncheon speaker at The Women’s Network Northern Kentucky Chapter’s March 12 meeting
The Newport Independent School District has announced that one of their teachers has been chosen to travel to Washington D.C.
On Friday, February 26, nine student-athletes from Newport Central Catholic signed with area colleges. They are:
The City of Newport has much to celebrate after another successful year of growth and improvements.
The effort to bring the Cincinnati Streetcar system south of the Ohio River will be represented in Washington, DC this week by the Northern Kentucky Streetcar Committee.