The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Northern Kentucky topped 800, according to the Northern Kentucky Health Department.
The Covington city commission approved a contract on Tuesday to move forward with a plan to alleviate flooding in the Peaselburg neighborhood.
The Covington city commission approved a plan to borrow the money needed to buy the former IRS flattop site near the city's riverfront on Tuesday night.
The Newport city commission approved a contract with Riegler Blacktop for work on Grandview Avenue, Overlook Drive, and Central Avenue.
The City of Fort Mitchell called on the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) to extend a truck lane restriction on I-75 southbound from Kyles Lane overpass to Buttermilk Pike.
Fort Wright City Attorney Kyle Winslow is departing that role to take a job with a federal agency.
One lane of Kentucky Route 9 will close on Wednesday as road crews work on a water line relocation.
Boone County Schools named Matthew Turner its new superintendent on Tuesday.
The Campbell County Public Library will offer curbside pickup of library items starting Monday, May 18.
A program created last year between Sanitation District 1 and the Brighton Center is benefiting customers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Part of Amsterdam Road in Fort Wright will see a prolonged closure as part of its reconstruction, the City of Fort Wright announced Monday.
New COVID-19 testing is now available in Erlanger.
Governor Andy Beshear is encouraging residents to sign up for the free tests at 25 Atlantic Avenue.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky received $1.7 million in brownfield assessment grant funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Correction: An earlier version of this article stated that the grant funds would be no more than $75,000. The actual amount is $175,000.
The Erlanger city council met virtually on Tuesday but upon convening, Councilman Gary Meyer motioned to postpone some parts of the meeting until June.