Two candidates, one Democrat and one Republican, have announced their intention to see the state representative seat vacated by Democrat Dennis Keene.
The Ludlow Board of Education will swear in a new member on Thursday.
In an effort to eliminate about 21 million gallons of annual sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs), Sanitation District 1 (SD1) hopes to begin constructing equalization (EQ) tanks in Highland Heights and
Honor Flight Tri-State received a check for $50,000 at the Florence city council meeting.
Dunkin' is coming to Taylor Mill.
The national donut and coffee chain, previously known as Dunkin' Donuts, is expected to locate at the Districts of Taylor Mill.
Nearly 60 Northern Kentuckians gathered at BLDG headquarters in Covington to give $7,000 to a local charity in a process that took less than an hour.
The Mary Gandy Travis Residential Treatment Center, a Transitions Inc.
State Representative Dennis Keene is stepping down from his legislative seat to join the administration of Governor Andy Beshear.
Two people are dead from flu, the Northern Kentucky Health Department reported on Friday.
The October 2 destruction of the Ludlow-Bromley Yacht Club was caused by a towing vessel's mate on-watch falling asleep, the U.S. Coast Guard announced Thursday.
The City of Covington is considering an expansion of its existing rules surrounding mobile food vendors, such as food trucks.
State Rep. Kim Moser (R-Taylor Mill) pre-filed legislation on Monday that would create the Kentucky Mental Health First Aid Training Program.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department on Monday declared an end to the region's hepatitis A outbreak.
The City of Covington is kicking off the second year of its program that allows neighborhood business districts in the city to compete for $200,000 in public improvement funding.
Sanitation District 1 (SD1) presented the 2019 Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Excellence Award to two local construction companies for their work addressing storm water challenges, timely