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Historic Covington cemetery featured in Netflix series

Covington's Linden Grove Cemetery and Arboretum features prominently in an episode of the new Netflix series The Future Of. “What if we could look into...

Four NKY principals selected for leadership program

The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Foundation announced 44 principals from across the Commonwealth that will participate in the Leadership Institute for School Principals Class of 2023. Four of the...

Dan Weber’s Just Sayin’: Northern Kentucky sports now . . . Where are we?

It’s been a year or so here, back in the sports mix in Northern Kentucky and maybe it’s time to sum up some observations...

Gateway announces VP of workforce solutions

Gateway Community & Technical College announced Christi Godman as the vice president of workforce solutions, starting July 1.

Covington chooses design firm to prep former IRS site for new development

The Covington Board of Commissioners selected KZF Design Inc. to lead a team of architects, engineers, urban planners and consultants that will prepare the...

Bellevue Police find ‘box of marijuana,’ dare owner to come get it

People are offering mixed reviews after Bellevue Police Department confiscated what appears to be enough marijuana for a Cheech and Chong movie. A...

Boone County approves 6 percent boost for employees, sheriff’s department

The Boone County Fiscal Court unanimously passed a budget with 6% raises for all staff and the sheriff’s department beginning July 1.

NKY entrepreneurship organization names new executive director

Dave Knox was named executive director of Blue North, a Northern Kentucky-based economic development organization supporting entrepreneurship. In 2010, Knox opened the Cincinnati office of...

Income-based lunch requirements return next school year

President Joe Biden signed a bill into law days before waivers offering free school meals were due to expire. The bill means requirements for free and reduced price lunches are suspended, giving every student access to free meals at school.

Covington company among tech startups awarded nearly $900K in grants to continue growth in Ky.

Seven Kentucky companies, including a Covington-based business, will receive nearly $900,000 in state matching grants to support high-paying jobs and further grow the state’s...

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