The following is written by Brent Cooper, president and CEO of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
The proposed changes to the Kentucky retirement system as it relates to teachers concern local superintendents, who say veteran educators would likely retire, and that it would also be difficult to
Recently, our national economy has been rebounding following a long period of tepid recovery.
This week, Governor Matt Bevin released a draft of his pension reform plan.
This Thursday, several hundred parents, students, educators, business leaders, policymakers and others will come together across our region to mark the 18th annual Lights On Afterschool, the nation
In Lexington, there are now holes in the ground where the statues of John C. Breckinridge and John Hunt Morgan once stood.
We all hope to retire some day with enough income to maintain a modest lifestyle. Maybe you have private investments, have paid into Social Security or have a pension.
An open letter to the citizens of Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati:
It is with great pleasure that we write to you today.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce recently hosted the three Judges/Executive from Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties for the annual “State of Northern Kentucky” address.
Responding to our region’s heroin epidemic takes a multi-disciplinary approach.
Uncertainty. Given the gravity of the issues reported on the front page, it’s a feeling most Americans probably have experienced in the last week or two.
The following op-ed is written by Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, House Speaker Jeff Hoover, and Senate President Robert Stivers, all Republicans