Last December, during one of our Saturday morning walks, my lovely wife brought up the topic of our New Year’s resolutions.
The legendary Kinky Friedman will be appearing at the Southgate House on March 26 with Mojo Nixon as his opening act.
At least now we have clarity on the issue.
A prosecutor, a cop, and a formerly incarcerated person walk into a social services center.
Reliable transportation is key to any successful economy. Business leaders are keenly aware of this fact.
February is a quite a month for advertisers with major events like the Super Bowl and the Academy Awards ushering in a new crop of big budget TV spots.
As the president of the NKY Chamber of Commerce, I am often viewed as a cheerleader for the region.
I recently read the book, Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis by Robert Putnam.
The recent decline of tobacco use among youth is being undermined by the exploding popularity of e-cigarettes.
We have officially reached a turning point in the current frenzied media environment.
Diocese of Covington Bishop Roger Foys issued the following letter on Friday:
My dear Covington Catholic Parents,
The Kenton County Fiscal Court sent a letter to Covington Catholic High School principal Robert Rowe about the events that transpired involved students and activists in Washin