The Sanitation District 1 (SD1) board of directors voted unanimously this week not to increase revenues in the next fiscal year.
The City of Union will hold its annual "Union Celebrates America" event on June 26, but the event will only include fireworks this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department confirmed an additional thirty-two cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the four-county region's total to 999.
The City of Covington is taking steps to boost restaurants as additional outdoor seating will be permitted on a temporary basis starting Friday.
Following a series of crashes on Tuesday and in recent weeks, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is closing the left lane of southbound Interstate 75 near the Dixie Highway exit in Ft.
Licking Pike/Kentucky Route 9 is now closed in Wilder near Bobby Mackey's Music World after a mudslide Tuesday.
The City of Covington is poised to purchase 1730 Russell Street, a sprawling building and property that spans roughly 3.68 acres. It will become the home of the city's public works department.
Malls are to be included in Kentucky's reopening plan, if they meet Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, Governor Andy Beshear said on Monday during his daily briefing.
A new bridge is planned for Three Mile Creek Road over Three Mile Creek in Campbell County, creating what transportation officials hope will be a smoother and safer drive.
Campbell County will see a significant drop in the amount of county road aid and flex funding from the state, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
BB Riverboats, which has been closed since March 16 because of COVID-19, will resume its cruises on the Ohio River this weekend with discounted rates and social-distancing policies on its vessels.
Park Hills city council discussed a resident's proposal to amend the zoning ordinance related to driveways and parking pads.
The Taylor Mill city building is set to open to the public again on Monday, June 1, and Mayor Dan Bell hopes to have that month's city commission meeting, on June 10, there.
The Covington city commission approved a plan last week to borrow the necessary funds to purchase the former site of the city's IRS processing center, which closed and vacated the premises.