Paul Long: ‘I Run 4’ my buddy, who can’t run for himself
It’s a bird, it’s a plane. . . it’s a Beechwood Elementary super hero
Allegiant to offer seasonal nonstop flight from CVG to Puerto Rico
Opry star Emi Sunshine and the rain coming to Southgate House Revival Sept. 2
Art Lander: All signs indicate another record deer season
NKy also saw huge spike in heroin ODs, users “playing Russian roulette”
Lacy Starling is driving force behind Legion Logistics’ success
New report shows Health Disparities in Ky show race, ethnicity issues
The Licking River: A 300-mile journey from mountains to metropolis
Ask people why they run — we did a couple of months ago — and you’re likely to get a variety of answers relating to health, fitness, or mental well-being. But for a select group of runners, the answer isn’t about themselves, but about others. Arron Baker with her running buddy, Alexis....
By Mark Hansel NKyTribune managing editor The heroin overdose wave that pushed first responders to the limit in Cincinnati last week was felt strongly on the Kentucky side of the river as well. More people...
Lacy Starling By Anthony Wyatt NKyTribune reporter Florence’s Legion Logistics is a company on the move. Throughout its short seven-year history, Legion has grown its profits exponentially, expanded...
Northern Kentucky University files motion for ‘gag order’ in Doe rape case, cites possible ‘juror bias’
Staff report Northern Kentucky University has filed a motion asking federal District Court Judge William O. Bertelsman to impose a gag order on all parties and their counsel in the case of Jane Doe who...
Subscribe to Business
Gov. Matt Bevin and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer congratulated Midea America Corp as leaders broke ground on a research and development center in Louisville, a $10 million facility projected to create...
- More »
- Allegiant to offer seasonal nonstop flight from CVG to Puerto Rico once a week, beginning in December
- Lacy Starling is driving force behind Legion Logistics' success, focuses on great workplace
- BBB Trends: Need emergency repairs? Avoid aggravation -- choose your repair service carefully
- Christine Luken: What's a few bucks between friends? Almost always, a lot more than you think
- UpTech announces fifth cohort -- from more applicants than ever, nine startups are chosen
Subscribe to Education
It’s a bird, it’s a plane. . . it’s a Beechwood Elementary super hero — and, look, there are goals to reachStaff report Teachers, staff and students at Beechwood Elementary in Fort Mitchell broke out their capes and best super hero disguises to kick off the new school year. But the super-hero theme will extend...
- More »
- Kenton County Academies prepare local grads for success in changing career, STEM-based market
- Northern Kentucky University files motion for 'gag order' in Doe rape case, cites possible 'juror bias'
- Kentucky graduates make incremental gains on ACT scores overall, dropped in mathematics
- Home Builders' Enzweiler institute teaches skilled trades in evening programs, now enrolling
- New Gateway CTC president gets baptism under fire at first board meeting; Groob resigns as chair
Subscribe to Government
Campbell County, NKY Water District study leads to decision not to extend new public water main to unserved areas of countyAfter an extensive study on extending a new public water main to to underserved area of Campbell County involving 204 households, Campbell County Fiscal Court and the Northern Kentucky Water District have...
- More »
- Tickets still available for Kenton County Fiscal Court Senior Citizen's Fall Harvest
- Gov. Bevin makes appointments to state boards, commissions; includes Garth Kuhnhein of Edgewood
- Bellevue, Covington produce video celebrating 50th anniversary of National Historic Preservation Act
- Legislative action considered on increasing level of minimum auto insurance requirements
- Judge Bushelman vacancy to be filled through nominating committee process; on ballot for 2018
Subscribe to Health
Ask people why they run — we did a couple of months ago — and you’re likely to get a variety of answers relating to health, fitness, or mental well-being. But for a select group of runners,...
- More »
- Northern Kentucky also saw huge spike in heroin ODs last week by users "playing Russian roulette"
- Rash of heroin overdoses in region have state officials concerned drugs came from same batch
- SmartHealthToday: Librarian Tewes encourages parents to engage children with books
- Bevin administration submits revised Medicaid waiver proposal to federal government
- NKY Health Department to offer diabetes self management class in Campbell County Saturday
Subscribe to Living
Grand Ole Opry star Emi Sunshine and the Rain will perform at The Southgate House Revival-Sanctuary in Newport on Sept. 2 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15. The Southgate House Revival is at 111 E. 6th Street,...
- More »
- Kentucky by Heart: Recruiting 'rockstar' David Armstrong paid his dues on road to success
- Erlanger Historical Society Heritage Day Celebration coming up; still time for vendors to register
- Our Rich History: It was 50 years ago -- really -- that The Beatles made their second visit to Cincinnati
- Campbell County native Angela Lauer posts second-place finish in international studio photo contest
- Berry Craig: Louisville publisher, diplomat Bingham saved historic St. Mary's Parish in England
Subscribe to News
Thomas More College unveiled its comprehensive approach to academic support, celebrating the opening of the Robinson Family Academic Mentoring Center at 3 p.m. this afternoon in the lobby of the Benedictine...
- More »
- Newport, Bellevue firefighters undergoing 3-day training session -- with eye on saving lives
- State Rep. Meyer says voicemail shows Gov. Bevin used threats in attempt to prompt party switch
- Leadership Northern Kentucky class kicks off first River City Relay over the weekend -- starts tradition
- NKU's Steely Library to present exhibition of work of Thomas Noble, 19th Century Civil War-era artist
- Want to make a difference? Consider volunteering as coach in the One to One program in reading, math
Subscribe to NonProfit
As part of its 50th Anniversary Celebration this year, Brighton center has introduced a “50 Years, 50 Stories” series to highlight some of the customers, volunteers, donors, community partners or supporters...
- More »
- NKU women's basketball coach visits Florence Rotary, says NCAA Division I tourney a realistic goal
- Honor Flight takes off from CVG Tuesday morning; 72 veterans and guardians headed to Washington D.C.
- Transitions to hold 'Candlelight Vigil' to remember those who have lost lives to addictions
- Brighton Center’s 50 Years, 50 stories: CET takes woman from just getting by, to rewarding career
- Mike Hammons is one of three statewide leaders who will receive prestigious Commonwealth Award
Subscribe to Region/State
With Kentucky’s 2016-17 deer season set to open this weekend, with the start of archery hunting on Saturday, Sept. 3, deer numbers are up. “Overall our deer herd is increasing,” said Gabe Jenkins,...
- More »
- New report on Health Disparities in Commonwealth shows race, ethnicity issues facing Kentucky
- Bluegrass & Backroads: Meet the Lowes, finalists for KFB's Outstanding Young Farm Family contest
- Calvin Borel's unretirement day -- gets a third and a fourth -- and a big lovefest from Ellis Park fans
- Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Follow these four tips and you'll bag more doves this coming season
- Hall of Fame jockey Calvin Borel to resume riding career at Ellis Park on Saturday, aboard Kiss My Note
Subscribe to Sports
The Florence Freedom scored five runs in the eighth inning Tuesday to come back and snap the River City Rascals’ 11-game winning streak with a 6-2 victory. Florence (42-48) trailed briefly 2-1 after...
- More »
- Boone County boys' soccer team setting example of cultural acceptance
- Keith Taylor: Stoops expecting no surprises from Southern Miss in UK's season opener
- Newton's early goal fuels Norse attack as NKU women get soccer shut out over Morehead State
- Rain stops Freedom finale with Gateway; River City in for final three home games of year
- Prep Football Roundup: Dixie Heights opens season with high-scoring win over Scott
Subscribe to Voices
From the corner of Oak and Maple, hang a left on Linden, go down two blocks and then turn right onto Library Place. Keep walking straight to the end and then stop at Main Street. On your right is St. Francis...
- More »
- Mike Denham: Labor Day holds much more significance than simply marking end of summer
- Rep. Daryl Owens: Gov. Bevin's Medicaid proposal will strip healthcare away from 440,000 Kentuckians
- Billy Reed: Imagining a Kentucky where Bevin decided to use governing style to 'help' our sports
- Bill Straub: Barr seems more concerned with plight of the banks than helping the truly needy
- Commentary: College students face new barriers, challenges related to rising costs of higher education