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The Florence Freedom minor league baseball team announced a promotion Friday that capitalizes on the headlines garnered by the fake girlfriend story maintained by a Notre Dame football player.
The Build Our New Bridge Now Coalition that exists to build a new Brent Spence Bridge as quickly and cost-effectively as possible with the most benefit to the community, announced on Dec.
Fire broke out around 5:30 a.m. at a home on East Fifteenth Street in Covington.
The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights (KCHR) Board of Commissioners ruled on discrimination complaints at its headquarters in Louisville Thursday.
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REP. THOMAS MASSIE EARNS PROFILE FOR "NO" VOTES
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CHAMBER: NEW BRIDGE WON'T BE BUILT WITHOUT PRIVATE FINANCING
A fight to save adult softball leagues in Covington came to light Tuesday night at City Hall.
The Northern Kentucky University Fifth Third Bank Entrepreneurship Institute announced Tuesday that Bob Castellini has been selected as the Master Entrepreneur for the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cin
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25 YEARS FOR WOMAN IN COVINGTON BEHEADING CASE
Covington Mayor Sherry Carran, who will preside over her first official city commission meeting Tuesday night, was a guest on The Bill Cunningham Show on 700 WLW radio Monday afternoon where the ma
The undefeated Holmes boys basketball team (18-0) now sits atop two local independent polls created by websites that intensely cover high school sports in Northern Kentucky. From nkyFan:
UPDATE: According to reports on Twitter, Michael Rousseau was also sentenced today, to fifteen years in prison for his role in the same killing.
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PLENTY OF HEROES HAVE BOOSTED HOLMES BOYS BASKETBALL TO 18-0 RECORD
Seventh-grade science teacher and instructional coach at Holmes Middle School, Hallie Hundemer-Booth supports the new common core standards that require a combination of fiction and non-fiction rea