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KYTC to Seek Public Input in Covington on Improving Disadvantaged Businesses' Role in Highway Projects
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is seeking public input on proposed goals for increasing Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) involvement in highway projects.
Former Dayton Independent Schools superintendent Gary Rye will spend two years in a federal prison for embezzling money from the school district.
A man was accompanying his daughter as they were guided through the Newport Aquarium by a sales representative, scouting a possible location for a wedding celebration.
A sinkhole that emerged on Bakewell Street near Sixth Street in Covington's Mainstrasse neighborhood may be the result of a sewer lateral issue, according to city engineer Mike Yeager.
"I've been through a lot of bad buildings but never in my life have I been through a property in such a state of disrepair."
Wayne Berry was hired as one of the original part-time code enforcement officers after the City of Covington reorganized that department in 2012. He resigned his position last week.
"I promised you a world-class building and we're delivering on that."
The Judges-Executive in Campbell, Kenton, and Boone Counties are exploring options of a regional approach to treating heroin addicts in the jail system.
The Covington Police Department with the assistant of the Center for Great Neighborhoods was awarded a highly competitive grant to design a project that would help law enforcement officers build pa
Janeyra Mitchell, a senior at Holmes High School, has been selected as a Gates Millennium Scholar for the Class of 2014 and will receive a scholarship that pays
A winter season punctuated by a polar vortex, sub-zero temperatures, loads of snow, and crippling ice storms created more than a traveling nuisance for Kentucky residents.
It was an Easter weekend miracle for nine ducklings that fell into a storm drain.
Monday, April 21 is the final day to register to vote in the May 20 primary election.
When 3,000 surveys were sent out to homes in southern Kenton County, organizers hoping to craft a map for that part of the region's future had hoped for ten percent participation.