Newport Central Catholic went on the road and picked up a convincing win at Bellevue’s Ben Flora Gymnasium last night, 78-39.
He stood in a conference room at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce offices in Ft. Mitchell, making his pitch to some of the region's wealthiest men.
A Kentucky House of Representatives committee approved on Tuesday a proposed local option sales tax constitutional amendment that, if approved by the state’s voters, could help cities and counties
The buzz of a drill, the pounding of a hammer, the clank of debris as it tumbles to a dumpster on the street below.
The sounds of progress.
When Radio Shack begins closing its stores across the country Northern Kentucky will have only one location left, if company documents are correct.
It might not be till the spring of 2016, but when it's finished, the Taylor Creek Overlook Park will be worth the wait, if these new renderings are any indication.
An extensive culvert repair project in Newport is ready to begin that will build a much improved Taylor Creek culvert between Joe’s Crab Shack and Chart House restaurants.
A police pursuit of a stolen car ended in death Tuesday evening.
A sad development at the Newport Plaza where a longtime tenant has announced its impending closure.
Remke Market will leave Newport on March 8.
A portion of Riverboat Row in Newport will be closed beginning on Monday, February 9.
Newport Central Catholic extended their winning streak to 24 games in the Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic Tournament, by beating Lexington Christian, 55-51, in the semifinal round at the Frankfor
He was a prisoner of the Nazis and a prisoner of the federal government. In between, he was the colorful and dedicated mayor of Newport.
Johnny "TV" Peluso died Friday at the age of 92.
The two-time defending state champions of the Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic Tournament, Newport Central Catholic, extended its unbeaten streak in the event to 22 games after trouncing Hancock C