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Annual fundraiser helps give local kids shoes

Free Feet Footwear is holding their annual fundraiser at St. Timothy Parish in Union next month. On Nov. 12 from 7 p.m. to 12...

Union approves Diwali celebration

Diwali, a five-day Hindu, Sikh and Jain religious festival of lights, is making an early appearance in Union this year. More than 1 billion...

Florence Rotary Club establishes Gateway endowment in memory of John and Connie Salyers

Gateway Community & Technical College recently partnered with the Florence Rotary Club to establish an endowment fund, promoting educational accessibility in Northern Kentucky. The...

Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission announces their renovated Head Start Center 

The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission recently announced the ribbon cutting ceremony for its newly renovated Head Start Center in Burlington. The ceremony will...

Union officials scrambling as Ryle Cross Country meet conflicts with Bourbon in the Bluegrass parking

The City of Union is going back to the drawing board after one of its parking options for an upcoming event has been compromised.  Preceding...

Deck the Y’all’s Lightfest coming to Thomas More Stadium 

The Florence Y’all's recently announced their first winter season event: A winter festival with Christmas lights covering the entire Thomas More Stadium. The festival begins...

Judges needed for Union’s upcoming photo contest

The city of Union and Commissioner John Mefford are in need of two additional independent judges for the 2022 Photo Contest.  The contest is open...

Hebron neighborhood adding sidewalk during National Pedestrian Safety Month

The Boone County Traffic Safety Committee is planning a sidewalk in a Hebron neighborhood that will be nearly a mile long. The hope is...

GoFundMe Organized for Villa Hills family following their child’s death 

The family of the 11-year old boy who drowned in a Villa Hills pool last month is hoping to raise funds for his funeral...

Boone Co. sheriff facing back order of vehicles

The Boone County Fiscal Court recently approved funding for a $36,425 prison transport van for the Boone County Sheriff’s Department. Both County Administrator Jeff Earlywine...

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