Seniors graduating from Newport Central Catholic High School this year earned roughly $5.3 million in college scholarships, the school announced on Thursday.
The Newport board of education offered additional benefits to teachers in the school district.
Newport Assistant City Manager Larisa Sims received the Individual Contributor award from the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration.
Newport-based Wood Hudson Cancer Research Laboratory announced that it has brought on ten college students from eight different schools for this year's hands-on research experience.
The Newport city commission approved a contract with Riegler Blacktop for work on Grandview Avenue, Overlook Drive, and Central Avenue.
One lane of Kentucky Route 9 will close on Wednesday as road crews work on a water line relocation.
A celebration of the Newport Central Catholic High School class of 2020 was spotted on the hilltop campus Friday morning.
Eleven businesses will receive $2,000 each under a small business emergency assistance program that the City of Newport launched due to the disruption of the economy caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
Five new businesses were announced Wednesday at Newport on the Levee as owner North American Properties Group (NAP) announced its Bridgeview Box Park project.
Last week's news that Churchill Downs is planning a $38.4 million gaming facility in Newport was met with jubilation by city leaders.
Falcon Theatre, like all entertainment venues in the region, was forced to shutter productions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three streets and a park will be enhanced and repaired in improvement projects unanimously approved by the Newport city commission.
One Riverfront Place in Newport was illuminated in green on Tuesday night in honor of those who have succumbed to COVID-19.
Multiple Northern Kentucky arts organizations will receive a share of funding allocated to Kentucky by the National Endowment for the arts, Governor Andy Beshear announced on Friday.
Even with the social distancing and other restrictions imposed due to the COVID-19, work is continuing on the City of Newport's comprehensive plan update process and the public is being encouraged