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Thomas More unveils St. Elizabeth College of Natural and Health Sciences

On Friday, Sept. 30, Thomas More unveiled its first named college, the St. Elizabeth College of Natural and Health Sciences. The naming of the college...

Kim Moser has personal stake in Lung Cancer Screening Advisory Committee

State Rep. Kim Moser, a Republican from Taylor Mill, was appointed to the Lung Cancer Screening Advisory Committee, which will will oversee the implementation...

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...

St. Elizabeth honors Edgewood firefighters for treatment of stroke patient

St. Elizabeth Hospital Emergency Services came to the Edgewood City Council meeting Monday night to honor two firefighter/paramedics for their quick response time in...

NKY Health announces new district director

Northern Kentucky Health Department has appointed Jennifer Mooney as its new district director of Health. Mooney will begin in her new position Oct. 31. Mooney has...

Meet therapeutic horses at this Kenton County farm

Head to the farm this Saturday, Sept. 17 between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. to meet therapeutic horses at Milestone’s Inc. Milestone's Inc. is a...

Blood test at St. Elizabeth can screen over 50 types of cancer

St. Elizabeth now has the ability to screen for over 50 different types of cancer through a blood test, the hospital announced this week....

Opportunity House opens at NKU

Leaders from Brighton Center, Northern Kentucky University, and the City of Highland Heights held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of Opportunity House...

St. Elizabeth launching Innovation Center

St. Elizabeth Healthcare is launching the Innovation Center to bolster the healthcare industry for its patients.  St. Elizabeth recently announced the new Innovation Center “to...

Dayton votes to go smoke-free

In a 3-2 vote, Dayton City Council passed an ordinance banning indoor smoking, but not without pushback from residents and business owners. Three businesses in...

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