Moock Road (KY 1632) is to be closed Friday night through Monday morning, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced.
Newport High School has a new marching band director.
Patrick Belding was selected for the role.
The Wildwood Inn entered into an agreement with United States government to resolve a recent complaint alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Justice Department announced o
State Rep. Diane St. Onge (R-Ft. Wright) announced her resignation earlier this week, as reported by The River City News.
Silver Grove is now a member of Southbank Partners, joining other River Cities, Covington, Newport, Fort Thomas, Bellevue, Dayton, and Ludlow.
Recent gatherings of motorcyclists who may even be racing across the Taylor Southgate Bridge are starting to annoy guests at the Hampton Inn along Newport's riverfront.
State Rep. Diane St. Onge (R-Ft. Wright) announced her resignation on Monday on the floor of the State House of Representatives.
Three Northern Kentucky cities are seeing new movement in the quest to link the riverfront communities with a contiguous trail system.
Barnes & Noble Booksellers will close its Newport on the Levee location.
The news was confirmed in an announcement by North American Properties on Monday.
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport officials briefed a group of state legislators Friday on road improvements needed to support a $1.5 billion freight hub Amazon is building at the
If you see a convoy of moving trucks driving west through downtown Covington the first two weekends of September, here's why:
Changes are coming to senior centers in Northern Kentucky.
Bromley city council voted earlier this month to launch eviction proceedings against the Bromley Volunteer Fire Department.
The City of Park Hills is expected to keeps its tax rates the same as the previous fiscal year.
The Taylor Mill Volunteer Fire Department building on Winston Avenue near the city's border with Covington is expected to be sold.