An Independence man died in a single-vehicle wreck on Friday evening.
Country music star and Taylor Mill native Carly Pearce was honored with a proclamation declaring September 2 as "Carly Pearce Day in the City of Taylor Mill", a key to the city, a plaque proclaimin
The Boone County Public Library has announced its participation in September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World, a downloadable educational exhibition that presents the history of 9/
In light of the fact that only a handful of the 343 firefighters who lost their lives on 9/11 had a will, Wills for First Responders - a program founded in Northe
The emergency repair of the Brent Spence Bridge last year following a fiery crash involving two trucks has earned another award.
The Kenton County fiscal court voted unanimously to lower its real property tax rate by 3.1% this week.
More bridge work is coming to Northern Kentucky this week in a region already seeing its commuters grapple with the ongoing closure of the Roebling Suspension Bridge and work on the Brent Spence Br
A new anti-vaping/e-cigarette campaign was launched this week by St. Elizabeth Healthcare.
Two Northern Kentucky educators are finalists for the Kentucky Education Department's (KDE) 2021 Special Education Teacher of the Year award, which is sponsored by KDE's Office of Special Education
The Boone County fiscal court voted last week to lower its property tax rate.
The newly approved rate is 9.8 cents per $100 valuation, down from 10.1 cents per $100.
The Ludlow board of education increased its tax rate by 1.7% in a vote last week.
This story has been corrected to remove a comment attributed to Superintendent Robb Smith that was originally included in the incorrect context.
The Covington board of education voted Thursday in a meeting at Holmes High School to increase its share of property taxes by 4%, the highest allowed under state law without going to vote
Florence city council's meeting on Tuesday night included the presentation of awards from the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) to State Senator John Schickel (R-Union) and State Rep.