Drivers in downtown Newport should be advised that work on the massive Route 9 project will close a street starting on Tuesday.
After a thrilling season that culminated in an appearance in the state semifinals, Ron Dawn has resigned as head coach of the Newport Central Catholic boys basketball team.
It’s not everyday you see live sharks from the Newport Aquarium being wheeled around an elementary school, but last month at Newport Intermediate School (NIS) in Newport that is exactly what you wo
Newport Independent Schools celebrated an improvement to its dropout rate and Superintendent Kelly Middleton noted that the district exceeded its goal based on a statwide pledge it signed
There were no specifics offered about possible new tenants or partner developers at Thursday's monthly Covington Business Council luncheon, but Corporex's Tom Banta more than piqued the interest in
It was a busy weekend for little egg hunters in the Northern Kentucky River Cities.
Playing in its first state semifinal appearance since 1954, the Newport Central Catholic Thoroughbreds struggled to find consistency in its offense while unable to get stops on defense, ultimately
The Newport Central Catholic Thoroughbreds continued their dominance in the 2016 Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys Basketball Sweet 16 tournament quarterfinals on Friday afternoon, defeating the Murray Tige
After stunning #1-ranked Covington Catholic in the 9th Region finals, the Newport Central Catholic Thoroughbreds took their talents to the biggest stage in Kentucky and beat the (Louisville) Trinit
Newport Mayor Jerry Peluso was talking recently with a visitor who complimented the city's Monmouth Street.
Rachel DesRochers and the Northern Kentucky Incubator Kitchen (NKIK), announce Kitchen Convos, a new, exciting, and intimate series of live and recorded conversations with Greater Cincinnati’s food
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.