The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge between Covington and Cincinnati is scheduled for a routine inspection next week, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced.
Nine Kentucky fire departments - including three from Northern Kentucky - received a total of $76,852 from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
Nearly $20,000 was awarded to local organizations recently as Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky announced that it has distributed more than half a million dollars to assist those nonprof
The entrance ramp from Dixie Highway to northbound Interstate 71/75 will close on Sunday night for one week as the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet continues its pavement improvement project on the
Northern Kentucky University’s Institute for Health Innovation (IHI) launches the Carroll and Owen County Partnership Expansion (COPE), a strategic plan for addressing the opioid epidemic in rural
Erlanger city council gave the OK to closing a right-of-way near two neighbors' properties.
The meeting on Tuesday night was conducted virtually.
Some local government entities in Northern Kentucky received part of a nearly $5 million federal award for Kentucky housing programs as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CA
This article has been corrected to reflect the proper route of the Mountain Parkway.
New legislation proposed by State Rep. Kim Banta (R-Ft. Mitchell) aims to make breast cancer treatment more affordable and accessible.
Families that include school children in Covington and need a computer can now register for a free one as part of the $2.5 million Covington Connect program, launched earlier this summer to aid in
The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission (NKCAC) received a grant that nearly totals $1 million, Senator Mitch McConnell announced on Wednesday.
Union's City Commission announced a program labeled the Union Small Business Grant Program at last night's regular council meeting.
Edgewood city council received an update from State Senator Chris McDaniel (R-Taylor Mill) at its meeting on Monday night.
The City of Covington officially took possession of the former Internal Revenue Service site and now moves towards its redevelopment plan.