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Bellevue passes smoke-free ordinance with unanimous vote

Bellevue City Council did a second reading and cast a vote on an ordinance curbing indoor smoking at Wednesday night's council meeting. The ordinance...

‘Very windy conditions’ expected for NKY area Thursday

Batten down the hatches, because windy conditions are rolling into the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky area Thursday.  Per the National Weather Service, a low-pressure system is moving...

Free training for women interested in serving on civic boards, commissions

The training program Appointed 101 is coming to Northern Kentucky. The program is a non-partisan initiative that identifies opportunities for women to serve on...

Senate passes income tax bill, heads to governor

Today, the Senate passed legislation to further reduce the income tax from 4.5 to 4%, and the bill will now head back to the...

Baker Hunt Art Center to host National Ceramics Conference

Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center, located in Covington, will host three exhibitions for the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA)...

House committee hears testimony on teacher shortage as turnover reaches all-time high

Kentucky education leaders presented information Tuesday on the teacher shortage to the House Education Committee. The findings showed that fewer teachers are entering the workforce...

OKI searching for public input on strategic plan update

The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments, known locally as OKI, is updating its Strategic Regional Policy Plan and is seeking input from the general...

Breeze Airways adds two more direct flights at CVG

Breeze Airways has added two more direct flights to its list. On Wednesday, Feb. 8, Breeze took the first passengers directly to San Francisco, CA...

‘Black history is American history’: Lawmakers lead celebration of Black Kentucky history

Written by the Kentucky Lantern’s Liam Niemeyer Members of the Kentucky Black Legislative Caucus marked Black History Month and the arrival of lawmakers back to...

How Northern Kentucky’s shaved ice pilgrimage brings economic impact

For Kona Ice customers, the recognizable trucks are a staple of little league games, school functions and community festivals. For their franchisees, the Kona...

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