I believe using local tax dollars as part of the formula for paying for charter schools is a bad idea, especially for Northern Kentucky. Let me explain why.
Businesses today rely on innovative wireless and broadband technologies to serve their customers in the most seamless and efficient way possible—yet Kentucky’s communications legislation
Ft. Wright mayor Dave Hatter and C-Forward president Brent Cooper went to Frankfort to highlight concerns about the growing cyber crime epidemic.
For over 50 years now, countless vehicles have traveled from Northern Kentucky into Ohio, and vice-versa, on the Brent Spence Bridge.
If you think of Northern Kentucky in the same way the state of Kentucky does, we have 8 counties, 54 cities, and 18 public school districts.
The following is a letter written by Thomas More College president David A. Armstrong.
It’s no surprise that the American Lung Association gave Kentucky straight “F’s” in their recent report card. Our state is the worst in the nation for smokers and cancer deaths.
If you were asked to name the largest drivers of jobs, spending and employment in Boone County and Florence, what would you say? Logistics and trucking? Retail? Manufacturing?
The following op-ed is written by Kelly Middleton, superintendent of Newport Independent Schools
As the dawn of a new year approaches, you're most likely busy thinking about all the things you would like to change right now to create a better life for yourself.
The following is the State of the City letter, written by Mayor Irvin T. "Butch" Callery.
The following op-ed is written by State Rep. Santoro (R-Florence).
Ten years ago this month, Ohio’s smoke-free workplace law went into effect. The law prohibits smoking in all places of business, including bars and restaurants. It has had a direct impact on me.