Covington’s physical location in the region, its proximity to natural, historic and cultural assets, plus that entrepreneurial spirit is a recipe for success.
Author and essayist Phyllis Theroux, in her memoir The Journal Keeper, wrote, “An enlightened person raises the level of consciousness of the entire community.”
The following op-ed is written by Campbell Co. Commissioner Charlie Coleman.
Before you make up your mind about the proposed syringe access exchange program (aka needle exchange), you need to first understand where we are.
Ludlow Youth Football is more than just a sports organization, we are a family. For some players and cheerleaders, this is the case both literally and figuratively.
After a Dartmouth College sorority cancelled its annual Kentucky Derby party over protests claiming the greatest two minutes in sports is racist, many aging former college activists were
This op-ed is written by Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear
Whether someone is lying about an issue, or if they are just misinformed, is always tough to judge.
There are some amazing things happening at Thomas More College (TMC) these days.
With just days left in the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly, movement is just starting on the Commonwealth’s budget.
Free college education is a very popular talking point in the current campaign for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.
As a member of the Ludlow City Council, one of the most important roles we play as a elected officials is being a good steward of the public money with which we are entrusted.
Boy, it must be nice to live in a state that isn't facing a disaster due to its pension liabilities. And in a state where education is championed and successful.
Most college athletics programs have a tradition that students and fans can rally around during sporting events.