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State Cannabis Advisory Committee releases summary of Kentuckians’ feedback on medical use

Is it time for medical cannabis in the Commonwealth? Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear seems to think so. And so do many Kentuckians. Beshear released a summary of...

NKU, Thomas More partner to host regional college fair

Northern Kentucky University and Thomas More University are partnering to host the 2022 NKY Regional College Fair on Tuesday, October 11 from 6 p.m....

Covington amends parking program in Licking Riverside neighborhood

The Covington Parking Authority is changing the residential parking program in the Historic Licking Riverside Neighborhood. Among some of the most prominent changes are establishing...

Committee weighs funding support for recovering gamblers

Lawmakers are considering a publicly funded program to combat gambling addiction with education, prevention, and treatment.  Mike Stone, executive director of the Kentucky Council on...

Metro and TANK offering free rides to BLINK

If you’re trying to avoid finding parking for BLINK, Metro and TANK have you covered. Leadership from Metro, TANK and BLINK, the regional light...

Kenton judicial candidate seeks to disqualify opponent over residency

A candidate for Kenton County Family Court judge is looking to have one of her opponents disqualified, alleging she doesn’t meet the residency requirements...

Visit Union’s first ‘Bourbon in the Bluegrass’ at Farm Haven

The City of Union is gearing up to celebrate the first "Bourbon in the Bluegrass" event at Farm Haven on Oct. 22. Located on...

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Covington’s Mutter Gottes neighborhood to host annual pumpkin sale

To kick off October, the Mutter Gottes Neighborhood Association is hosting its fourth annual pumpkin sale on Saturday, October 1. Small, medium, and large pumpkins, fancy gourds, squash...

Urban living tour comes to Latonia on Sunday

Northern Kentucky's urban living tour, Beyond the Curb, returns Sunday, Oct. 2, with a visit to Latonia. The Covington neighborhood will welcome visitors from 10...

HART and ‘Sole’ shoe collection drive to raise money for homeless dogs and cats in Florence

The Homeless Animal Rescue Team of Cincinnati (HART) is conducting a shoe drive to raise money for the dogs and cats waiting for their...

Stewards of Sorcery: The partners of Hierophany & Hedge create a haven for everyone

Much of what has been written about the purveyors of Covington’s Hierophany & Hedge - Beskpoke Arcana have centered around their unique appearance. “The...

Forget basket weaving: Now you can learn about bourbon in college

Wanna take bourbon classes in college? Northern Kentucky University has your back. They're offering classes to the bourbon-curious and long-time imbibers alike. NKU, with...

LINK streetscapes: West Pike Street in Covington

This area of Covington is booming with business: From restaurants to breweries to shops, you name it, this hub has it. For this streetscapes,...

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