Regional Youth Leadership (RYL) has announced that The Papa John’s Foundation for Building Community has awarded $30,000 to the organization to support their work of bolstering youth initiatives th
The Fiscal Courts of Boone and Campbell Counties, State Representative Rachael Roberts, and guests from the Kentucky State Police and Port Security attended demonstrations hosted by Boone County Wa
The Northern Kentucky Water District (NKWD) was awarded a grant from the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security in the amount of $191,400.
Repairs to two railroad crossings will take place in the area this week and next.
Norfolk Southern Railroad scheduled repairs on Dixie Highway in Florence and Stevenson Road in Erlanger.
The Covington board of education voted 4-1 last Thursday to extend the contract of Covington Independent Public Schools Superintendent Alvin Garrison.
The Duke Energy Foundation recently awarded grants to organizations in southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky to fund local wildlife conservation, healthy habitats, environmental projects, and enviro
The William T. (Bill) Robinson III ’67 Institute for Religious Liberty (IRL) hosted an interfaith event on Oct. 19, entitled A Frontline Perspective from a Lifelong Jewish Activist.
Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge Susanne M. Cetrulo of Northern Kentucky has launched her campaign for the Sixth Appellate District that covers Boone, Kenton, Campbell among 18 other counties.
After more than a year of research, outreach, and committee work, the NewportFORWARD Steering Committee is pleased to invite the community to the final Open House review of the city's proposed Comp
On Wednesday, Gov.
Six former Cincinnati Bengals joined a COVID-19 vaccination effort at Holmes High School over the weekend.
Thomas More University President Joseph Chillo received a contract extension, the school's board of trustees announced.
Chillo's contract now runs through May 2026.
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) announced Monday that it is reopening runway 9/27 after rehabilitation work, which included new asphalt, concrete and lighting updates.
Gateway Community & Technical College announced Monday that it is now offering free tuition to new students in the Spring 2022 semester that starts in January.
A man suffered life-threatening injuries when his vehicle collided with a flatbed truck.