The Covington city commission saw a presentation this week about ideas related to a new City Hall.
The City of Taylor mill received $30,000 in emergency municipal road aid funds, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Tuesday.
The Erlanger city council approved a reduction in tax rates related to real estate and personal property.
Plans for Smoothie King to open a location in Ft. Wright appear to be headed for a return to Planning & Development Services of Kenton County for a review.
The Kenton County government and various agencies within it will close on upcoming dates in order to move from 303 Court Street to 1840 Simon Kenton Way this month.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Friday that lane closures are scheduled for Dixie Highway (US 25) and its intersection with Beechwood Road in Ft.
This story has been updated to include a statement from Turfway Park, the City of Covington, and information from NKY Tri-ED.
A water main break has forced the closure of part of Highland Avenue in Fort Wright.
The Northern Kentucky Water District is working on the issue.
The Dayton city council on Tuesday approved a resolution in support of policies that combat climate change.
The Boone County Fiscal Court voted to lower the county property tax rate at its meeting last week.
The rate was reduced from 10.4 to 10.2 cents per $100 assessed value.
The City of Wilder is hosting a groundbreaking ceremony for its new fire station.
The City of Taylor Mill approved an increase to its community center rental at Pride Park.
The price will increase $50 for rental, and the deposit will go from $100 to $150.
Edgewood residents continue to express frustration with flooding after recent heavy rain events.
The Covington Board of Education voted to accept what is known as the compensating rate for its share of local property taxes.