The fire departments in Fort Mitchell and Florence were selected by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) as two of 250 departments across the U.S.
Northern Kentucky University’s Dr.
Saint Thomas School of Fort Thomas announced Kim Huser as the new school principal for the 2021-22 school year.
A large tree fell on Wallace Avenue in Covington, leaving hundreds without power on a cold Monday morning.
Governor Andy Beshear announced the appointment of twenty-one people to the state Early Childhood Advisory Council.
The Roebling Suspension Bridge between Covington and Cincinnati will close for a nine-month-long restoration project beginning February 15.
The ceremonial passing of the gavel took place in Newport on Monday night as Thomas Guidugli, Jr. was sworn in as mayor.
The City of Park Hills is set to move forward on a long-awaited sidewalk project on St. Joseph Lane.
A former director of the Kentucky Center for Mathematics, based in Highland Heights, and former teacher at Summit View Elementary in Independence, has been named director of education policy at the
The Taylor Mill city commission got a taste of sticker shock at its meeting earlier this month when the estimated price for needed repairs to the firehouse came in.
The Boone County fiscal court adopted a resolution reevaluating the contract with AECOM for work at the intersection of Camp Ernst and Longbranch roads.
Like many school districts across the state, staff members at Ludlow Independent Schools were set to begin receiving a COVID-19 vaccine over the weekend.
From the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission:
The City of Covington is taking steps in the demolition of the former IRS facility, a sprawling one-brick building that stretched across most of 17 acres near the city's riverfront west of Madison
A permanent, revolving retail market is set to arrive at Newport on the Levee this summer.