A road project begins on Memorial Parkway in parts of Newport and Fort Thomas on Wednesday.
LiveWell Newport hosted its fourth annual health expo last weekend at Buena Vista Park (on 12th Street between Columbia Street and Central Avenue) where a new outdoor gym was celebrated,
The Tree Revitalize Program in Newport received a $10,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation and a tree-planting date has been set for Saturday, October 19.
The resurgence of the Newport Wildcats’ can be traced back to 2007.
Newport City Manager Tom Fromme is proposing a petitioning system that would allow citizens to be more engaged with the issues they care about.
The Newport Board of Education set its new tax rate, though it will be the same as last year, 108.6 cents per $100 of assessed value for real and personal property.
A new event space in Newport celebrated its opening on Thursday with the owners and local officials.
Eight of the most expensive ZIP codes for renters are located in Louisville, with one in Lexington, and the other one mostly in Newport.
A Newport man was sentenced this week for committing Social Security fraud.
Robert Howard, 57, pleaded guilty to the charges and crimes that took place from July 2013 through April 2018.
Newport Independent Schools Superintendent Kelly Middleton is stepping down after nearly eight years at the helm of the school district.
The Newport History Museum at the Southgate Street School is hosting its second annual Newport Arts & Music Fest this Saturday, Sept.
The union representing Newport firefighters is upset about the staffing level in the department.
A new food operation will be in service at Wooden Cask Brewery in Newport.
Newport City Commissioner Tom Guidugli, Jr. will run for mayor in 2020.
Current Mayor Jerry Peluso is term-limited and cannot seek a fourth four-year term.