It's 8 p.m. on a Monday and there is the sound of revelry emanating from the north corner of the Mutual Building in downtown Covington.
Imagine breathing through a straw – that’s what it feels like to live with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
The presidential election in Boone County is the talk of the town.
Elections are the cornerstone of our Constitutional Republic.
The most divisive set of elections in my lifetime are now over, and Kentucky will not see another regular election until May 2018.
This election cycle is over and we deserve a break from all things political. To the new mayor and commission, congratulations on your individual wins last night.
There has been much written about the upcoming Taylor Mill Commission race by Matthew Martin, Phil Peace, and Sarah Frietch who are campaigning to be elected as City Commissioner for the City of Ta
To the Citizens of Villa Hills, Kentucky:
Greetings Taylor Mill Residents,
We have known Ken and Tina Rechtin since 1976 when they bought their first home on Overton in Newport. They immediately became involved in developing the Mansion Hill Association.
On November 8th, vote for experience when selecting your next Campbell County District Court Judge.
When I was speaking with the Highlands High School government classes several weeks ago, they asked an insightful question: “Why do you use the word Keep on your signs?” Many may
The following op-ed is written by Covington Mayor Sherry Carran.
If you haven’t visited Covington recently, there’s no better time to do so than right now.
As a grumpy electorate heads to the polls on Tuesday, many voters believe – either way they vote – they are tossing away their vote on a horrible candidate.