It was a beautiful day for a parade on Monday and cities across Northern Kentucky put on good shows in honor of Memorial Day.
Ray Knochelman has lived in Park Hills all his life - one that, according to him, has been fairly uneventful
The Park Hills Memorial Day Parade will be held Monday, May 30 at 11:30 a.m.
Covington Catholic High School announced on Wednesday to staff, students, parents and the community that it will adopt an updated Drug and Alcohol Policy and Substance Abuse Prevention Program, eff
Covington Catholic High School physics students had the top team score on the National Science League’s Physics exam. All senior physics students at CovCath took the exam, and the top ten scores w
On April 26, Notre Dame Academy hosted its 2016 Athletic Signing for twelve senior athletes.
Notre Dame Academy's class of 2016 invested over 600 service hours this school year learning first-hand that advocacy and philanthropy are valuable ways to contribute to the common good.
Greg Johnson has lived on Lawton Road for 37 years and came to the Park Hills City Council meeting on Monday night to "adamantly oppose" the plan for a bike path which he believes would b
Notre Dame Academy senior Abbie Macke is heading to the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Competition after qualifying at the state competition.
A team of four Notre Dame Academy students placed first in the state wide competition of the Stock Market Game this year.
Notre Dame Academy has announced that 14 NDA students were selected this year to participate in the Kentucky Governor's Scholar and Schools Programs.
Notre Dame Academy has announced the Class of 2016 valedictorian, Kelsey Sucher, and salutatorian, Mariah Bezold.
Sarah Draud, a junior at Notre Dame Academy in Park Hills, was selected for the Governor's Scholars program.
Notre Dame Academy’s JETS club (Junior Engineering Technology Society) had three teams participate in the TEAMS competition this year under the direction of NDA science teacher Diane Goldcamp.
For decades students have flocked to this hilltop for educational opportunities at all levels.