Almost a year and a half into the Quality of Life Process in Newport, now known as ReNewport, our community has accomplished amazing things.
The City of Newport welcomed the following new businesses to town.
Cancun Mexican Bar & Grill is opening at the Newport Shopping Center at 1781 Monmouth Street.
Known for offering wages and benefits that are higher than the national average for the retail industry, ALDI will host a hiring event for its new Newport store slated to open the first quarter of
Mark your calendars for a forthcoming book signing and keg tapping at Green Derby Kentucky Bistro in Newport.
A lawsuit filed against the Board of Education of Newport Independent Schools by a visiting football player who claimed he received a serious infection from the artificial turf at Newport High Scho
CareSource, a commercial health plan on Kentucky’s kynect, will offer health insurance education forums designed to help consumers make informed choices for their families, particularly those displ
United Way of Greater Cincinnati and its regional partners need volunteers to help provide free tax preparation to hard-working families at 30+ locations across the Northern Kentucky area.
Wood Hudson Cancer Research Laboratory, Inc.
In Newport on Monmouth Street, a new co-working space called Borderlands is now open, run by two friends, Darrin Murriner
The Newport Board of Education listened to a short presentation from Grady Brown, who has been the Energy Manager for the district for the last nine years.
Katharina’s Café on the east side of Newport recently raised $1,150 for Newport Primary School.
The grand opening of the Northern Kentucky Scholar House in Newport was held on Wednesday where organizers, elected officials, and other representatives gathered to celebrate.
At the Campbell County Mayors Meeting in Newport on Tuesday, Greg Fischer of Fischer Homes and son of home builder Henry Fischer presented a pi