Brighton Center is in need of used toys in working condition for the Annual Used Toy Sale.
Newport Central Catholic (NCC) has announced that Adrienne Hundemer has been hired as head coach for the girls' track and field team.
Newport is in the Christmas spirit!
Check out these photos by RCN's Brian Frey from Saturday's Christmas tree lighting ceremony in the city.
This article appears courtesy of TriStateFootball.com and is written by Clayton Castle.
Newport Central Catholic has fielded arguably the most talented basketball teams in Northern Kentucky over the past two seasons, but lack the regional and state hardware that other local rivals hav
In preparation for their upcoming production of “Annie”, the Newport High School (NHS) Performing Arts program recently took the 35 students who are in the cast and crew to the Aronoff Center in Ci
The East Row Historic Foundation will hold their annual Victorian Christmas Home Tour, a time-honored tradition that for many signals the beginning of the holiday season, this weekend in Newport.
Newport-based Stray Animal Adoption Program recently received a $13,900 grant award for their participation in the Petco Foundation’s nationwide adoption event.
A police chase that started in Newport ended in Cincinnati with a crash downtown on Friday.
Students in the newly required Personal Finance class at Newport Central Catholic (NCC) were surprised to learn of their homework ‒ playing an online game.
A letter from Alexandria Mayor Bill Rachford to superintendents of all seven school districts in Campbell County and to the mayors and school board members in each community, prompted a public resp
Members of the Newport Middle School Student Council collected 486 canned good and non-perishable food items during its Halloween night food drive.
A team from the East Row Garden Club of Newport and the Bellevue Neighborhood Association, are collaborating on the beautification and expansion of the site of a tollgate once located on the city's
At Wednesday night's meeting of the Newport Board of Education, Kristy McNally, Homeless Coordinator for the District, reported that 145 students in four schools are homeless.