From the standpoint of size and length, Newport matches up with Newport Central Catholic about as well as anyone else in the 9th Region.
As Gateway Community & Technical College increases its presence in Downtown Covington, President & CEO Dr.
The Newport Board of Education voted this week to create a District Archives Committee, appointing Roger VonStrohe as the chair.
When a night ends with two elected officials performing as The Blues Brothers, you know you've just had a good time.
You also know you're in Newport.
A bill that would replace hardship licenses for DUI offenders with an “ignition interlock license” if an ignition interlock device is installed on an offender’s vehicle passed the House Wednesday b
Newport Central Catholic and Highlands’ basketball programs are far from strangers.
Heritage Bank announced that Doug Reckley is the new Assistant Vice President and manager of the Newport banking center.
The Newport City Commission on Monday will vote on the authorization of an agreement with Duke Energy for a proposed streetlight change-out that could save the city more than a million dollars over
February is National Heart Health Month and St. Elizabeth has made it easier on local people to have their heart screened with their Cardiovascular Mobile Health Unit touring Northern Kentucky.
A car flipped on its side on Interstate 471 at Memorial Parkway just after 10 a.m. Sunday.
Newport Central Catholic senior center Drew McDonald and Holmes senior guard James Bolden have been named the 9th Region Players of the Year, and both are candidates to win Mr.
Campbell County Administrator Robert Horine was bid farewell at Wednesday night's Fiscal Court meeting.