To celebrate its third year, the Geo. Wiedemann Brewing Co. is celebrating with a beer bash fundraising party at Pompilio's in Newport.
Some residents in Newport are upset that some of the East Row’s maple trees have been altered by Duke Energy contractors who are hired for tree trimming around power lines.
It was a big show for the Newport Central Catholic choir on Sunday.
For the past few years, Newport Central Catholic football has started their season out slowly only to surge into the playoffs after ripping through its district game and making the Class 2A Champio
The Newport Board of Education went into an executive session during its regular meeting this week and afterwards reconvened in public to announce that Superintendent Kelly Middleton's contract wou
For a long time educators have been attempting to start the process of learning for children earlier and earlier.
Newport Central Catholic High School has named Greg Enxel its new girls cross-country coach.
Axis Alley at Newport on the Levee will recognize National Bowling Day on Saturday, August 8 by offering $1 games of bowling and $1 shoe rental from 8:00 - 11:00 a.m.
It has been exactly a month since Red Bike launched in Covington, followed a week later by an opening in Newport and a few days after that in Bellevue.
Barnes & Noble, Inc, the nation’s largest retail bookseller and the leading retailer of content, digital media and educational products, announced yet another week of thrilling events designed
UPDATE: Fort Thomas Matters has more on this story and dramatic photos from the bridge.
In 1915, on the 700 block of Monmouth Street in Newport, a grand building that could seat 2,500 people opened.
AAA/Bob Sumerel Tire & Service is joining forces with the Newport Police Department for the 2nd Annual “Safety Awareness Day”, Saturday, August 1 from 10:00 a.m.