The issue that was discussed in most detail at the Campbell County Fiscal Court meeting in Alexandria on Wednesday night concerned thirty additional isolation units to the county jail.
Print is dead! Long live print!
When looking for parking along Monmouth Avenue in Newport between 6th and 10th Streets, one will encounter a random smattering of parking meters.
The Southbank is rising, and rapidly.
Three Northern Kentucky bridges are up for routine inspections by the state, and traffic will be affected.
Well, it sure was sticky out there, but that didn't stop the crowds from checking out Rides on Monmouth in Newport or the first ever Block Party at the new Madlot in Covington.
A late evening fire destroyed a home on Ann Street in Newport's Westside Friday.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Here is a list of things happening in the river cities this weekend:
Friday, August 22
Newport's riverfront is about to rock even louder with the addition of a new hotel and apartment community.
Many people from Northern Kentucky become frustrated from sitting in traffic and battling for parking spaces every day as they commute across the river to their jobs.
Lunchtime traffic was made difficult in Covington's Licking Riverside Historic District following the partial collapse of a large tree.
Some Frankfort power players will be wined and dined in Northern Kentucky, and then a day's worth of brags and wants will be laid out for them.
Tucked neatly along the shores of the Licking River on the Newport side near the 4th St. Bridge, sits a rather nondescript brown metal building.
For skateboarders, finding decent spots to do big tricks and safely hang out with their friends can be hard to find.