For the Northern Kentucky River Cities, 2015 will be hard to top -- but in 2016, it might just happen.
Here is your chance to preview what to expect from the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly.
The Newport Police Department thanked the many people who submitted tips and information on Wednesday when officers asked for assistance in
2,400 pounds of Miller Poultry drumsticks and 660 pounds of sausage were donated to the Brighton Center last week to help provide 2,550 meals to local families.
The Newport Board of Education has raised the pay of its substitute teachers.
Local wood-working artist Matt Meyung teamed up with friend and fellow wood crafter Jason Davis to establish a new work studio and gallery space in Newport called Artifact.
The German government has honored a City of Newport employee and Covington business owner.
Nexigen, a Newport technology company, has reserved an entire 300-seat theater at AMC at Newport on the Levee for a Friday night viewing of Star Wars: The Force Awakens at 7:00 p.m.
A semi truck's haul was knocked to the road when the driver struck the underpass on Monmouth Street near the former Trauth Dairy plant operated.
Newport Independent Schools Superintendent Kelly Middleton gave a report on the Kentucky Association of School Superintendents (KASS) convention, and spelled out the legislative priorities of the g
The Yoga Bar (TYB) Newport will host a special benefit class for Cops & Kids in partnership with St. John’s United Church of Christ in Newport on December 11.
The Newport Independent School District has been awarded a $1.5 million federal grant that will be used to purchase laptop computers, hire a math specialist and provide professional development and