I wasn’t surprised when I heard some folks had initial concerns about the Brighton Center Recovery Center for Women locating where the former Campbell Lodge Boys Home previously resided.
The following op-ed is written by State Sen. John Schickel (R-Union)
Doing nothing is no longer an option for our community when it comes to infrastructure.
Whether you know it or not, Leadership Northern Kentucky (LNK) is a critical ingredient in the long-term success of our community.
According to labor data from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, there are 80,000 unfilled jobs in Kentucky. I’m sure this is not news to you. This is a significant challenge in our region.
On Tuesday evening the Covington Board of Commissioners will vote to amend the city’s Fiscal Stability Ordinance.
With Mother’s Day and Father's Day just behind us, parents have been on my mind lately.
In the coming days, eyes across the state will be focused on Northern Kentucky as legislators convene for the biennial Northern Kentucky United Legislative Day.
Those of us who knew Jim Bunning never expected this day.
Southgate Mayor Jim Hamberg and Campbell County Judge/Executive Steve Pendery jointly released the following statement regarding the site of the Beverly Hills Supper Club and
If you’re a fan of snowball fights, sledding or cold nights sitting by a warm fire, the winter of 2016-2017 was not a good one for you.
Over a year ago the Campbell County Fiscal Court unanimously approved to fund the infrastructure for a new 911 radio system.
In a news conference recently detailing President Donald Trump’s budget proposal to Congress, Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney said, “There’s no demonstrable