BURLINGTON – A zoning change needed for a 208-acre industrial park off Chambers Road was rejected during a Boone County Planning and Zoning Committee meeting Wednesday, marking a victory...

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Zone change needed for 208-acre industrial site rejected

BURLINGTON – A zoning change needed for a 208-acre industrial park off Chambers Road was rejected during a Boone County Planning and Zoning Committee...

Get a COVID vaccine or booster at Ky. State Fair and receive free unlimited rides, $25 gift card

The Kentucky Association of Health Plans (KAHP) is offering free unlimited rides at the Kentucky State Fair and a $25 gift card to those...

Power restored at Wilder’s Frederick’s Landing

The power in and around Frederick’s Landing in Wilder has been restored after a three-week outage. According to Chuck Norris, Wilder’s assistant city administrator,...

Student advisors pitch to lawmakers importance of mental health

At the beginning of the Interim Joint Committee on Education meeting on Tuesday, Eastern High School (Louisville) graduate Solyana Mesfin placed ribbons on all...

NKY superintendent joins board of Cincinnati parenting center

Erlanger-Elsmere Schools Superintendent Chad Molley recently joined the board of directors for Beech Acres Parenting Center, a Cincinnati-based family services organization. 

Covington to lower property tax rate: “A unique opportunity”

The City of Covington is expected to approve a reduction in its property tax rate. On Tuesday night, the first of two necessary public readings...

Perfetti Van Melle teams up with diaper bank to help families in need

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, American families were asked to bear a lot. The highly publicized baby formula shortage was just the tip of the...

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