On Jan. 6, Vic and Lesley Hugo opened up Juniper’s, Northern Kentucky’s first gin and tapas bar, in Mainstrasse. The couple, who previously had worked in the corporate world and...

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LINK Streetscapes: Dayton’s Sixth Avenue

This story originally appeared in the Jan. 20 edition of the weekly LINK Reader. To get these stories first, subscribe here. This week, we visited Dayton...

NKY Chamber announces annual day in Frankfort for Feb. 23

The NKY Chamber of Commerce will take a group of members to the capital for the annual day in Frankfort on Feb. 23. Members...

Bellevue considers smoking ban: ‘Health is a front-runner’

The Bellevue City Council gave the first reading of a proposed smoke-free ordinance during January's monthly council meeting. The council listened to presentations from...

Shakespeare’s classic comedy ‘Twelfth Night’ comes to NKU

Northern Kentucky University’s School of the Arts continues its theater and dance season with William Shakespeare’s timeless classic “Twelfth Night.” The play will run from...

Newport Independent School staff member, student honored at NAACP event

A staff member and a student from Newport Independent Schools were honored during the Jan. 16 Northern Kentucky Branch of the NAACP’s Annual Dr. Martin L....

Application for statewide engineering/construction scholarships due Feb. 1

The application deadline is fast approaching for the engineering and construction-management scholarships offered annually by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC). “These scholarships open doors for...

Mission accomplished: Renaissance Covington bids farewell after 20 years of community building initiatives

Decades ago, dilapidated or vacant buildings within Covington’s central business district were a normality. Due to the work of nonprofits like Renaissance Covington, the...

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‘Who Dey think they gonna stop this wedding?’: Northern Kentucky couple plans Bengals-themed nuptials

Written by WCPO’s Kendria Lafleur A Northern Kentucky couple plans on saying "Who Dey" in addition to "I do" at their Bengals-themed wedding. Ben Steely and...

Yelp released its ‘Top 100 US Restaurants’ of  2023, and Newport’s Jot India made the top 50

For the past 10 years, Yelp has compiled a list of its most popular and highly rated restaurants according to its users, then creates...

Robotics team gears up for competition with Swerve Drive

PiBotics FIRST Robotics Competition is about way more than just robots. Yes, they design, build, and program commercial-sized robots, but they also build field elements on...

Zozo’s Tavern in Burlington keeps community traditions alive

Zozo’s Tavern, named after owner Alan Lou’s daughter, keeps the sense of community alive in the building that has always represented just that. Located on...

Couple wins $1 million on scratch-off from Alexandria gas station

Those who drive through Alexandria are familiar with the double Speedway locations on Alexandria Pike, but one of the gas stations proved to be...

A slice of Hollywood comes to the Point/Arc

A taste of Hollywood was brought to the Covington-based Point/Arc Tuesday. While the movie Wise Guys, starring Robert DeNiro, is being filmed across the street...

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