At a gathering of Kentucky business leaders last year, an economist pulled up a list of the largest cities in Kentucky. Louisville (600,000), Lexington (308,000), Bowling Green (61,000), and Owensb
With Governor Bevin expected to call a special legislative session soon to pass his public pension plan, we are reminded of Henry Ford, who famously said his customers could have cars painted “any
Much of my misspent youth was shaped by Bob Dylan and Alfred E. Neuman.
The summer vacation season has arrived and tourism in Northern Kentucky has never been hotter.
Small talk with a colleague following a morning meeting at the office led to a topic which has become wildly uncomfortable in the American workplace: politics.
Thousands of Kentuckians live in areas known as “food deserts.”
Editor's note: The following letter was received for publication following the approval by the Kenton County Planning Commission of a 106-unit apartment deve
I’m a lifelong Kentuckian that’s been all over the state. I’ve been to Mammoth Cave and Carter Caves. Cave Run Lake and Lake Cumberland. The Louisville Slugger Museum and the Newport Aquarium.
I have been a U.S.
The epidemic of illegal drug abuse is one of the most difficult challenges facing our communities.
Did you know that over 6,000 young adults (ages 16-24) currently living in the eight counties of Northern Kentucky are not connected to employment or education?
David Keltz is a graduate student at New York University. He is pursuing a career in public relations. As part of his studies, Keltz examined the January incident in Washington, D.C.
When Notre Dame Cathedral burned on April 15, people across the world mourned the damage.