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Map revealed for upcoming BLINK event

With BLINK approximately one week away, the festival's organizers have released an interactive installation map. BLINK was last experienced by over 1.3 million people in...

NKADD names new associate director

Emily Goddard has been named Associate Director for Public Administration and Community Development for the Northern Kentucky Area Development District (NKADD). Emily recently served as...

Corporex invites community to Touch-a-Truck event at Ovation

Corporex, the developer of Ovation in Newport, will put families in the driver's seat with a Touch-a-Truck event from 9 a.m. to noon on...

Music legend Loretta Lynn dies, age 90

Country music legend Loretta Lynn died on Tuesday, Oct. 4, in her Hurrican Mills, Tennessee home at the age of 90. Born in Butcher...

Beshear touts economy, job growth after raising $1M for campaign

Gov. Andy Beshear raised $1.05 million for his reelection campaign in the third quarter of 2022. Beshear has now raised more than a million...

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...

19-year-old sustains life-threatening injuries in crash on I-75

A 19-year-old passenger sustained life-threatening injuries after a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 75 involving a semi-tractor trailer. Dry Ridge resident Corbin Adams, 21, was traveling...

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...

Residents of another Newport apartment community told to vacate for renovations

Another large Newport apartment complex is telling residents that they have to vacate the premises. Now those living at Riverchase Apartments on the Newport riverfront...

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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