Edgewood residents were not immune from seeing their homes damaged by the most recent heavy rains that impacted the Northern Kentucky region.
The planned Smoothie King in Fort Wright has run into some issues.
The City of Fort Mitchell, Beechwood Schools, and Blessed Sacrament are dealing with ongoing road work managed by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet as school is set to resume.
The Piner-Fiskburg Fire District is expected to merge with the Kenton Fire District.
A public hearing was held last week at the Kenton County Courthouse in Independence.
The former Ernie's bar building in Ludlow will wait for redevelopment until its buyers can acquire additional funds, it was announced at last week's city council meeting.
Bill and Sue Butler, and Rich and Lisa Boehne have donated $2 million to Northern Kentucky University, it was announced Monday.
A new web-based survey is designed help Kenton County residents report road maintenance issues.
At its Aug.
The Welcome House of Northern Kentucky launches its new medical RV this week with a ribbon-cutting on Wednesday.
Housing Opportunities of Northern Kentucky (HONK) completed its 35th home in the region, hosting an open house on Thursday.
The Legacy House is located at 219 Dell Street in Elsmere.
Sanitation District 1 is partnering with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension to present a free brown bag lunch-and-learn series each Friday in September at SD1 offices (1045 Eaton Dr.,
Photos illustrate the seriousness of the damage caused to John G. Carlise School after a pipe burst, filling areas with water.
By a unanimous vote of city council, Dayton became the twelfth city in Kentucky to adopt a fairness ordinance, extending legal protections to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people in the C
The Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati is constructing a brand new building on Washington Street directly to the north of its longtime home on Pike Street.