The City of Covington is looking for feedback from the public on how to spend $35.9 million awarded to it by the federal government as part of the recovery effort from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Part of Stevenson Road in Erlanger will be closed for several hours on Thursday to allow for repairs on the railway crossing.
Kenton Family Court Judge Christopher Mehling announced Tuesday that he will retire at the end of his current term, which expires December 31, 2022.
By Lt. Rich Locklear, Navy Office of Community Outreach
The Taylor Mill city commission hosted its regular meeting last week at Pride Park's event building to allow people more room to spread out with COVID-19 cases rising in the region.
A new survey from Cincinnati-based Interact for Health indicates that 56% of local adults reported that had received a COVID-19 vaccine and that an additional 7% reported that they will definitely
Kentucky's 2022 Elementary School Teacher of the Year and Middle School Teacher of the Year are educators from Northern Kentucky schools.
There will be no new Waffle House in Bellevue, after all.
At least not as originally planned.
Erlanger city council adopted its tax rates for the new fiscal year.
Construction on the City of Covington's new salt dome is underway.
Independence city council is set to make its property tax rate lower for the year ahead.
Ken Smith is no longer interim city manager at the City of Covington.
The Covington Police and Fire departments named new assistant chiefs as part of a series of promotions.
Sanitation District 1 will soon begin a combined sanitary sewer and storm sewer project along Memorial Parkway in Fort Thomas that is part of a long-term sewer overflow elimination plan under its C