Notre Dame’s Emmalyn Martin, Young Marines Sargeant, awarded national scholarship from AVCNorthern Kentucky TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
Alexandria Brewing among craft brewers partnering with Kentucky Proud for local-sourcing initiativeNorthern Kentucky TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
Kentucky Man Sentenced to 20 Years for Fentanyl Distribution Resulting in Fatal OverdoseDesiree HarosNewsBreak Contributor
Taco Bell: A Tex-Mex Delight in Aberdeen, OhioJonalin PearceNewsBreak Contributor
Two local KY state parks to serve their own Thanksgiving DinnerAdventures With GarrettNewsBreak Contributor
Ripley Christmas Home Tour set for Dec. 10
The 2023 Ripley River Village Christmas Weekend Committee has announced Ripley Heritage, Inc. will once again be holding the popular Ripley He
Athletes of the Week
Kylan Hinson Hinson recently joined the 1,000 point club at Augusta Independent in their 92-28 win over the Robertson Coun
The Beehive Augusta Tavern: A Culinary Journey Through History
Nestled in the historic town of Augusta, Kentucky, The Beehive Augusta Tavern is not just a restaurant; it's a portal to the past. Built in 1796, this establishment has been a witness to the Battle of Augusta and persevered through the Great Flood of 1937. Thanks to local visionaries in the 1970s, it was saved from demolition and listed on the National Registry of Historic Sites. Since 2017, owners Lance and Lalani Bates have preserved the tavern's historic charm while infusing it with contemporary culinary excellence.
These batavia, OH based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to batavia..
A groundbreaking moment: Augusta ball field project underway
AUGUSTA — A groundbreaking ceremony was held at the ball field in Augusta to mark the physical start of a project in partnership with th
Tragedy Spurs Dialogue on Road Safety and Preventive Strategies
A recent tragedy struck the heart of Boone County when a two-vehicle collision on a Sunday evening claimed the life of 62-year-old Debra S. Bates from Russellville and left two others injured. The incident involved a 2022 Ford Transit and a 2021 Jeep Compass, with the Ford veering across the center line and causing the fatal crash. This event not only brought sorrow to the local community but also highlighted the ongoing issue of road safety that plagues many regions across the nation.
Today the gas price is close to $2.99 in Augusta as of 2023-12-03. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.243, a week ago the price is $3.253 , according to AAA.
Brown County Soil and Water Conservation Board member warns Knox County of solar project pitfalls
As the debate continues about introducing solar to Knox County, Bolender, a lifelong resident of Brown County and a member of Brown County Soil and Water Conservation Board, warned Brown County serves as a case study for other communities contemplating solar developments, sparking conversations about the balance between landowner rights, environmental preservation, and the true long-term costs of solar energy projects.
Pedestrian reportedly struck by a vehicle on Thomaston Drive in Batavia Township
AMELIA, Ohio — Pedestrian reportedly struck by a vehicle on Thomaston Drive in Batavia Township. For live traffic updates, click here. Click the video player above to watch other morning headlines from WLWT News 5. This story was curated by Hearst's WLWT Alert Desk. Sharing brings us closer together....
Faught signs with Rio Grande
It’s official! Georgetown High School senior Jacob Faught signed his letter of intent to continue his career as a student/athlete at the
Spectrum awarded state broadband grant for Brown County
During a recent presentation in Georgetown, Spectrum joined Ohio State Representative Adam Bird and Brown County Commissioners in announcing a
Hundreds of Northern Kentucky students participate in Manufacturing Month tours
FORT MITCHELL, Ky. — This past October, many Northern Kentucky manufacturers opened their doors to more than 500 students for Manufacturing Month tours. Lorraine O’Moore, director of work-based learning at NaviGo Career & College Prep, is working hard to get local students more familiar with the manufacturing industry, and double the number of students participated in tours this year compared to last year.
Superintendent’s rapid response: Heimlich maneuver saves life
MOUNT OLIVET — Robertson County Superintendent Sanford Holbrook recently saved the life of one of the school’s foster grandparents
Weekly Safety Report: Murder and Missing Person Cases in Batavia, Ohio
Two incidents occurred in Batavia, Ohio this week. In the first incident, a man was arrested and charged with murdering his father at their home on West Main Street. The second incident involved an 81-year-old man with dementia who went missing after leaving his home on Fayard Drive. He was last seen heading to Lowes on Mt. Moriah Drive.
Kentucky High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Live Streams in Bracken County Today - December 2
We have high school basketball action in Bracken County, Kentucky today, and information on how to stream these games is available below. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your family or alma mater and tune in!. Bracken County, Kentucky High School Boys Basketball...
Campbell County shares safety tips during Winter Weather Awareness Week
This week is “Winter Weather Awareness Week” in Campbell County. As the winter weather season approaches, the Campbell County Office of Emergency Management and the National Weather Service remind folks to “be aware, be prepared, and have a plan.”. “With the winter storm season approaching, don’t put...
Mowrystown welcomes the season with parade
The Village of Mowrystown welcomed the season Saturday with its annual Christmas Parade and Craft Show. The Grand Marshal of the parade was Chuck Wait, who recently celebrated 40 years in business. The parade was sponsored by the Mowrystown Lions Club, who awarded cash prizes for the winners of three...
FBI Warns Idaho & California Shoppers of New Gift Card Scam
The holiday season is upon us and one of the most popular (and easy) gifts to get someone is a gift card. The thing is though, unless you've known the person for some time or where they like to shop, picking a gift card can be a difficult task. That's why so many people choose the always-safe and reliable Visa Vanilla gift cards.
Woman who died in Brown County crash saving lives through organ donations
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - While family and friends continue to mourn the loss of a Tri-State woman, her organ donations are already changing lives. Erika Cox, a 19-year-old woman from Bethel, died from her injuries in a weekend car crash Monday. The other driver in the crash is still in the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Lear on solar opposition: ‘Being a voice and letting us know, that's something that makes a difference to legislators’
State Rep. Beth Lear (R-Galena) was in the audience at the Nov. 30 presentation at Knox Memorial Theater by Knox Smart Development. During the question and answer session, Lear responded to a concerned citizen's inquiry about the issues faced by counties like Brown County, which prompted a discontinuation of new solar projects.