State Senator Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) was presented a 2020 Friend of Kentucky Cities award at Williamstown City Hall.
Nine Northern Kentucky city governments were approved for nearly $3 million in reimbursements from the federal coronavirus relief legislation approved earlier this year to address the
Greg Seelbach, of MSS Software, and Brad Trauth, of Trauth Property Group, have invested significant time and money into revitalizing Ritchie Ave., the stretch of road in Crescent Springs that runs
Ludlow city council had a discussion over whether or not to raise taxes Thursday evening as the city did a first reading of an ordinance laying out the fiscal plan.
The Taylor Mill city commission met virtually on Wednesday and set the city's tax rates.
Last year's rate for personal property was $0.772 per $100 of assessed value.
Kenton County was awarded more than $9.6 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) program.
Sanitation District 1 received the certificate in achievement for excellence in financial reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for the seventh consecutive year.
A Verona man died Friday night when his motorcycle crashed.
This story has been updated after Newport Schools corrected its original announcement.
Florence city council on Tuesday night upheld a denial of an occupational license to a man who hoped to operate a mattress outlet in the city but whose previous felony convictions came ba
The Kenton County Fiscal Court on Tuesday night moved forward with its role as fiduciary agent in the creation of the Jacob Spears Licking River Water Trail, which is intended to explore the region
Covington Independent Public Schools students will receive meals from the district starting on Wednesday.
Run for Something (RFS), a national political organization that recruits and supports strong voices in the next generation of progressive political leaders, has endorsed Tom Haggard in his campaign
An update on Wednesday, September 9, to our original story, which is published in full below:
The City of Fort Wright approved a settlement agreement with Community of Faith Presbyterian Church related to an easement that allows for parking for visitors to the James A.