Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky will distribute nearly $60,000 across four nonprofits this week, bringing relief support totals to $664,000 for Northern Kentucky.
Northern Kentucky University's Institute for Health Innovation (IHI) announced a new program addressing the impact on local families of local use of opioids.
Covington Independent Public Schools will return to in-person learning on Monday, Sept. 28, in a hybrid model, Superintendent Alvin Garrison announced on Monday.
Pendleton County Schools was among ten Kentucky school districts to receive part of a total $3,169,388 to put towards student safety.
Two communities operated by the Housing Authority of Covington (HAC) are to receive free high-speed internet thanks to a partnership with Cincinnati Bell.
Andrá R. Ward was selected by unanimous decision as the new chairman of the Northern Kentucky University board of regents.
The Housing Authority of Covington received an additional $208,825 from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Senator Mitch McConnell announced on Tuesday.
The Ignite Institute Political Forum at the Roebling Center of Innovation will take place October 14.
The Erlanger Fire/EMS Department received the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline EMS Gold Plus Award for implementing quality improvement measures for the treatment of patients who expe
September 15 marks three years since retired Covington Fire Department Assistant Chief Alan "Chip" Terry was lost to suicide.
State Senator Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) was presented a 2020 Friend of Kentucky Cities award at Williamstown City Hall.
Nine Northern Kentucky city governments were approved for nearly $3 million in reimbursements from the federal coronavirus relief legislation approved earlier this year to address the
Greg Seelbach, of MSS Software, and Brad Trauth, of Trauth Property Group, have invested significant time and money into revitalizing Ritchie Ave., the stretch of road in Crescent Springs that runs
Ludlow city council had a discussion over whether or not to raise taxes Thursday evening as the city did a first reading of an ordinance laying out the fiscal plan.