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Last week's meeting of the Dayton board of education was a solemn one following the recent death of board chair Rosann Sharon.
The general educational development (GED) program at Newport Independent Schools was ranked best in the state by the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet for the 2020-21 academic ye
Covington and Bellevue school districts announced that they will require masks for all students and staff inside buildings and on buses, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.
Governor Andy Beshear announced the appointments of five people form Northern Kentucky to state boards and commissions.
The City of Erlanger is seeking candidates to fill a vacancy on city council.
Thomas More University named 2002 graduate Kelly French as vice president and chief of staff.
The City of Fort Wright's class action lawsuit against the board of trustees of the Kentucky Retirement System (KRS) is scheduled to be argued before the Kentucky Supreme Court next month.
A portion of Licking Pike (KY 9) will be closed to traffic for much of next week.
Cambridge Square Apartments in Covington is under new ownership and is set to undergo a $12 million renovation and modernization.
The Ludlow board of education rated Superintendent Michael Borchers highly in his annual evaluation.
This article has been updated to remove references to revenue and expenses related to the aquatic center until further clarification can be made.
Unemployment rates rose in June in 59 Kentucky counties, including all eight classified by the state as "Northern Kentucky" when producing the latest figures.
A new effort to pass workforce housing tax credits in Frankfort was launched last week at an apartment community in Walton.