Governor Matt Bevin appointed two Northern Kentuckians to state boards and commissions, his office announced on Monday.
Kenton and Campbell counties are among sixteen in Kentucky set to benefit from an $87 million program to combat opioid use.
The City of Covington is planning to revamp its approach to zoning and is hosting a charrette for the public to discuss it.
Gerald L. Bogenschutz joined the Ft. Mitchell Fire Department in 1968.
Bogenschutz, known by friends as "Boggie", died on Friday.
He was a Volunteer Lifetime Member.
Research has shown that a child’s brain develops more from birth to age five than at any other time in their life.
This story has been updated and corrected after inadvertently leaving off the name of Beechwood student Riley Hamm.
The possible move of Northern Kentucky Montessori Academy to a residential part of Erlanger has some neighbors in the city concerned.
The City of Edgewood's 2019-2020 budget is shaping up to be about $11,221,339.
City Adninistrator Brian Dehner said that the revenue side of things is starting to be right.
Sandstone fragments broke from the east side of the Roebling Suspension Bridge's north tower on Tuesday, officials from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) said Wednesday.
Two different parts of Ft. Mitchell are at varying stages of major developments, but each was received differently at this week's city council meeting.
It has been more than a month since Dayton lost its grocery store, Riverside Market.
Now, another business may open at the site.
The City of Fort Mitchell's plan to analyze the traffic situation on Highland Avenue will begin on Monday.
Plans to implement a residential parking plan throughout the City of Newport received mixed reviews at last week's city council meeting.
The City of Ludlow continues to take measures to stave off the impacts of its budget crunch.
Two families asked the Taylor Mill city commission for help in preventing their homes from falling into Banklick Creek.