Governor Andy Beshear announced the appointment of four Northern Kentuckians to state boards and commissions in recent days.
The Republic National Convention begins Monday, following the Democratic National Convention last week in which former Vice President Joe Biden officially accepted the banner of the Democratic Part
Rumpke, the regional waste-hauling service moving its operations to Covington, has seen fifteen fires in its garbage trucks since June 1.
A sanitary sewer replacement project was recently completed in Kenton County and Sanitation District 1 said that the effort eliminates sanitary sewer overflows and increases sewer capacity for futu
In what was a characteristically contentious and passive aggressive gathering, Erlanger city council convened virtually Tuesday night for a special meeting to discuss property tax rates, the Legacy
The Boone County Fiscal Court approved a change in a concept development plan for a 5.39-acre property located at 1648 Petersburg Road.
In a unanimous vote Wednesday, Southgate city council approved a zone change to allow Memorial Point to move forward.
Bellevue city council approved the adoption of a resolution condemning inequality and injustice and supporting equality and justice for all people.
The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky received a $12.5 million grant on Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced.
Bishop Roger Foys said Wednesday that the Diocese of Covington will begin three days of prayer, fasting, and sacrifice to end the COVID-19 pandemic and all its effects, "including an end to fear an
The City of Ludlow honored its K9 officer Oakley, who died recently.
Mayor Josh Boone presented a flag to Police Lieutenant Bart Beck in Oakley's memory.
Edgewood Fire Chief Tom Dickman and advanced life support (ALS) coordinator Chris Snyder showed off a resuscitation dummy to city council this week to demonstrate the new piece of equipment.
The Taylor Mill city commission answered citizens' questions during its virtual meeting last week.
State and local public safety agencies across Kentucky received more than $5.7 million from the U.S.
Eleven Northern Kentucky governments received a total of more than $9.2 million in funds from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Governor Andy Beshear announced