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Author and essayist Phyllis Theroux, in her memoir The Journal Keeper, wrote, “An enlightened person raises the level of consciousness of the entire community.”
Before you make up your mind about the proposed syringe access exchange program (aka needle exchange), you need to first understand where we are.
Whether someone is lying about an issue, or if they are just misinformed, is always tough to judge.
There are some amazing things happening at Thomas More College (TMC) these days.
Most college athletics programs have a tradition that students and fans can rally around during sporting events.
Brewing beer at home is a fun, tasty, and worthwhile hobby, but as the home brewer becomes more sophisticated, upgrading equipment can be expensive.
This is a story about a girl and her dog—actually her many, many, many dogs.
The following op-ed is written by Brent Cooper.
An historic downtown Covington building undergoing a renovation is the recipient of a $10,000 grant from the Covington Business Council and the Urban Partnership.
Is Northern Kentucky a town? Should it be? Could it be?
You’d be hard pressed to find someone in Northern Kentucky that hasn’t heard of St. Elizabeth. As the region’s largest medical provider, it seems everyone has visited a St.
Early childhood education isn’t a Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, or Tea Party issue.
TiER1 Performance Solutions, a provider of business performance improvement consulting through learning, knowledge and change management solutions, announced recently the acquisition of Sealund &am
For 50 years, Henderson Music sold pianos and other instruments at 910 Madison Avenue.
The business closed its Covington location two years ago,