A local high school student will join lawmakers and policy-makers in Frankfort on Tuesday to address the rise in youth vaping or use of e-cigarettes.
The director of the Thomas More University Biology Field Station was elected the new president of the Organization of Biological Field Stations (OBFS).
Gateway Community & Technical College is one of ten finalists for the Bellwether College Consortium (BCC) in the Instructional Programs and Services category.
Congressman Thomas Massie will face another Republican in a primary this May.
The Northern Kentucky City and County Manager Association is naming its scholarship for Roger Rolfes, who served as the city manager in Florence and Edgewood, and also served as Florence mayor from
There will be no local primaries in Northern Kentucky municipal elections.
In an effort to accommodate lunchtime and daytime parkers in Mainstrasse Village, the owners of the parking garage connected to the Riverhaus apartment community is reducing its rates.
The Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky (ESNKY) announced Wednesday that it has found a new home in Covington.
Fort Thomas city council on Tuesday unanimously adopted what is commonly referred to as a fairness ordinance, extending legal protections to LGBTQ people from discrimination in employment, housing,
The cities of Covington, Independence, Erlanger, and Elsmere will host a joint celebration in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, Janaury 20.
The Campbell County Republican Party selected Mary Jo Wedding as its candidate in February's special election for state representative in district 67, but there will be a primary for the regular el
The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) is proposing significant changes to bus service in the region.