You’d be hard pressed to find someone in Northern Kentucky that hasn’t heard of St. Elizabeth. As the region’s largest medical provider, it seems everyone has visited a St.
Kentucky has turned a deep shade of red, and former Secretary of State and current Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce president Trey Grayson joins RCN's Michael Monks to talk about Tuesday night
Smoking cigarettes is a dangerous addiction.
In this edition of the Mainstrasse Buzz podcast, host Charles Killian talks with guests about the pay-to-park plan coming to the neighborhood, the move of a Main Street shop to Sixth Street, and th
The Republican rout in Kentucky's statewide elections on Tuesday caught some by surprise.
Early childhood education isn’t a Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, or Tea Party issue.
“Mad as Hell and I’m not going to take it anymore!”
In my 50 years of building roads and bridges in Kentucky and West Virginia I have never seen so much inaccurate information regarding our possible transportation solutions.
Some NKY developers have spent the past year trying to convince people that a different route would eliminate the need for a new Brent Spence Bridge (BSB) corridor.
Pop quiz: What’s the third largest school district in Northern Kentucky?
The following Letter To The Editor is written by Benjamin Bonfilio who is working on achieving his communications merit badge for the Boy Scouts, something that requires him to write to
This week’s column has a little something for everyone.
If you are a public policy wonk, there is a follow-up discussion on other solutions to our inefficient common school system.