Newport on the Levee is officially sold.
A photography show featuring work by Newport High School students opens Monday at the Newport History Museum at The Southgate Street School.
More than a decade after it was first announced, Newport's Ovation project will see shovels in the ground early next year.
Preservation Kentucky awarded its Barbara Hulette Excellence as a Young Preservationist Award to Newport developer Mark Ramler.
Since acquiring Jerry's Jug House in Newport, new owners Mark Ramler and Stuart MacKenzie have made some discoveries inside.
The historic Nie Shoe Repair building on West 11th Street in Newport is in the midst of a makeover.
Brighton Center won a federal grant valued at $142,405 to provide street outreach services in Northern Kentucky.
The Newport Aquarium turns 20 next year and to celebrate, the attraction announced a new experience: Jim Henson's Splash and Bubbles Reeftown Adventure.
Five people are running for two seats on the Newport Board of Education, including two incumbents.
Newport Aquarium is among 22 across the country working to eliminate plastic straws.
The candidates for state representative in House District 67 faced off in a debate this week. The event was hosted by the Northern Kentucky Tribune.
The Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office announced nine grants totaling nearly $100,000 for projects across the state.
Newport Independent Schools has launched a full-day preschool that is funded with a two-year, $150,000 Kentucky Department of Education grant.
The Newport city commission will hold a special meeting on Monday afternoon to approve the issuance of $200 million in industrial revenue bonds for the purchase and redevelopment of Newport on the
Five streets in Newport are slated to be resurfaced by the end of the year, the city announced.
Eaton Asphalt won the bid to do the work.
The following streets will be resurfaced: