Adam Weyer and Brennan Haigis, two seniors on the Highlands High School football team, have taken over the KICK-IT for Cancer initiative for the 2019 season.
The Campbell County Fiscal Court approved a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the proposed US 27 Smart Corridor that would stretch from Newport on the Levee to Northern Kentucky University.
Cincinnati Public Radio announced Thursday that Andy Ellis is the new classical music host at WGUC, the region's classical music station, and sister station to NPR member station WVXU.
Highlands High School senior Maria Broering earned a perfect score of 36 on the ACT test.
June marked Broering's fourth attempt at the test.
The University of Kentucky marching band will perform at Highlands High School's varsity football game in Fort Tjomas on Friday, October 4.
A wreath will be laid soon to remember a Fort Thomas native lost in the Vietnam War.
The popular University of Kentucky sports web site and radio show, Kentucky Sports Radio (KSR), will host a tribute show to Jared Lorenzen in Fort Thomas on Thursday.
Village Players of Fort Thomas will stage its annual New Works production June 28 through 30 at its theater at 8 North Fort Thomas Blvd.
Village Players of Fort Thomas will welcome performer Tim Mooney for a special "patron appreciation night" performance.
A new book explores the death of a woman, whose headless body was found in Campbell County.
The Enzweiler Building Institute named its student of the year and instructor of the year.
A former high school football coach who won four state titles at two different schools is charged with four counts of sodomy.
Colonel De Stewart, founder of Colonel De Herbs & Spices, died early Thursday morning from an apparent heart attack in his Fort Thomas home.
He was 71.
The historic homes in Fort Thomas's Tower Park were built for U.S. Army officers in 1889.
They will soon be ready for new residents.