Northern Kentucky University will host its spring graduation ceremonies in-person and outdoors this May.
Improvements to Monmouth Street (U.S. 27) and a riverfront park received a boost from the Newport city commission via the issuance of $11.7 million in bonds.
Edgewood Mayor John Link reported last week on progress involving plans for Turkeyfoot and Dudley roads, and Thomas More Parkway.
The Ft. Wright city council honored Walmart associate Tammy Cagle last week for her actions last month when noticed a customer suffering a medical emergency.
Governor Andy Beshear appointed five Northern Kentucky residents to state commissions, including one to the Kentucky Oral History Commission and four to the Judicial Nominating Commission for the 1
UPDATE: Barbara Ball, who was reported missing over the weekend, was located in Tennessee.
The City of Covington is looking to hire a consultant to assist in the crafting of a master plan related to public trees.
Four Kenton County Police officers received Life Saving Awards, presented by Chief Spike Jones.
Covington has joined Newport in erecting flood gates as the Ohio River rises.
The City of Newport announced that it will close the flood gate at Columbia Street on Wednesday morning due to the rising Ohio River.
Jay Fossett, the former Covington city manager, is back in charge of a city government.
The Taylor Mill city commission decided last week to install turf over the poured-in-place (PIP) rubber surface on the playground at Pride Park.
Park Hills city council discussed last week how to use the $214,353 it received from the federal government for COVID-19 relief.
Florence city council adopted a resolution to use federal community block development grant funds for residents who have fallen behind on utility bills.