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
Secondhand smoke caused by smokers in indoor places causes significant health problems for nonsmokers, Interact for Health said in a news release this week.
Missing from the debate over St. Elizabeth attempting to block Christ Hospital from building facility in Fort Mitchell is the voice of the patient.
On March 20, 1994, I latched my hands to the chain-link fence that overlooked I-75 from my family's apartment building in Covington, and wept inconsolably.
As soon as it was announced that Northern Kentucky University’s men’s basketball team would be playing the University of Kentucky on Friday, March 17, social media went ablaze with some s
Last summer I was truly honored to join the Board of Sigma Beta Delta (SBD), a collegiate student honor societ
If you bring home a paycheck, you’re probably covered by our state’s worker’s compensation program.
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.