The Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky on Scott Boulevard in Covington has been open for the winter season for one month and has already provided shelter, food, and clothing for 119 adults.
Though he resigned from office over the summer, it looks like former Northern Kentucky Congressman Geoff Davis is not finished with Washington, DC.
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If Union Terminal in Cincinnati inspired the Hall of Justice in DC Comics, shouldn't the city be host to a comics convention, or Comic Con?
Donna Salyers' Fabulous Furs hosts a cocktail event Wednesday evening to benefit the Kenton County Animal Shelter.
The folks behind the Build Our New Bridge Now campaign, primarily the Chambers of Commerce on both sides of the Ohio River, launched a new campaign today dubbed Blocked by the Bridge.
Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) has announced the launch of NKY Boost, a new program that is part of the organization’s business retention and expansion effor
Move over Thanksgiving, it's Christmas's turn in Covington. The holiday season kicks off officially Monday evening with the tree lighting ceremony in Latonia at 34th & Decoursey.
Workers at a small Covington strip mall became concerned about a suitcase abandoned in a handciap parking space Saturday afternoon, so Covington Police were called.
For the eleventh consecutive year, the Council on Postsecondary Education awarded federal grant funds to improve P-12 educator quality through professional development programs.
Congratulations to Rick Robinson, the Ludlow native and Ft.