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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...

Northern Kentucky group announces judicial race endorsements

Northern Kentuckians for the Judiciary announced Wednesday its endorsed candidates in local contested judicial races that are on the Nov. 8 ballot.  The group was...

Hebron neighborhood adding sidewalk for National Pedestrian Safety Month

In honor of the first National Pedestrian Safety Month in October, the Boone County Traffic Safety Committee received seven bids to construct an almost...

Two NKY players tear ACLs but find sideline roles helping their teams

Two games into the season for both Notre Dame Pandas senior Abby Unkraut and Dixie Heights Colonels boys soccer junior Austin Seng, it happened. The...

Newspapers: Forget the ‘paper,’ embrace the ‘news’

The following op-ed is written by Ken Paulson, the director of the non-partisan Free Speech Center at Middle Tennessee State University There was a period...

Northern Kentucky adds 96 more units of affordable housing for seniors

A 96-unit affordable senior housing facility has opened its doors in Hebron.  Sparrow Ridge has 36 one-bedroom and 60 two-bedroom apartments, a playroom for grandkids,...

Boone County parents will have live view of buses with new app

Bus pickups and drop-offs have been unpredictable due to inclement weather, bus breakdowns and driver shortages, but Boone County Schools is hoping to fix...

LINK nky Team of the Week nominations now open for 9/26 – 10/3

It is time to nominate Northern Kentucky’s next LINK nky Team of the Week. As a reminder, our honor is available to any athletics team...

LINK nky Daily Headlines: Oct. 4, 2022

On today’s episode: voter registration surges as deadline approaches; Kentucky Democracy Project plans NKY pub crawl; Fort Thomas’ One Highland celebrates grand opening; and...

Taylor Mill discusses ‘functionally obsolete’ firehouse with residents: ‘Something has to be done’

Taylor Mill officials invited residents to come to the city building last week to listen to the commissioners' opinions on what to do about...

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