The recent headline “New Kentucky heroin law has made slow progress battling epidemic” left me wondering where these reporters live.
There has been no progress.
This pain runs deep.
Last Fall, Northern Kentucky University enrolled more than 2,800 new students.
WANTED. Dedicated, conscientious, passionate individuals to serve on education-related board. Hours can be long; pay is low. Frequent meetings and events.
By the time you read this column, we will be in Frankfort for the first week of the 2016 General Assembly.
The following op-ed is written by Brent Cooper.
It doesn't look like a million bucks but it definitely looks like $740,000.
This morning, there are a lots of thoughts running through my head.
Submitted by the Covington Business Council
Did you know that many children in Northern Kentucky are homeless?
Covington Mayor Sherry Carran shares history and her thoughts about the new Devou Park Clubhouse & Event Center.
Welcome House was founded in 1982 by Father William Mertes, then the director of Catholic Social Services who previously served as pastor of Mother of God Church in Covington.