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Reports of an uncontrolled brush fire on Persimmon Grove Pike in Alexandria
ALEXANDRIA, Ky. — Reports of an uncontrolled brush fire on Persimmon Grove Pike in Alexandria. No reports of injuries or property damage have been made at this time. Click the video player above to watch other headlines from WLWT News 5. This story was curated by Hearst's WLWT Alert...
Two Grant County wrestlers headed for state
On Saturday, Feb. 10, the Grant County Braves Wrestling team competed in the 6th Region Tournament. The Braves had two athletes, Ethan Davis and Carson Webster, advance to the state tournament. Wrestling in the 120-lbs weight class, Davis placed second during the tournament while Carson Webster placed third in the...
👷 Overnight Ramp Closures on I-275 in Kenton County for Diamond Grinding Project
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Northern Kentucky. As part of the ongoing improvements on Interstate 275, the transportation department has announced temporary overnight ramp closures in Kenton County, Northern Kentucky. These closures will take effect starting tonight and will continue during the nighttime for the duration of the diamond grinding project currently underway. Motorists are advised to be aware of these temporary changes and plan their travel schedules accordingly to avoid any inconvenience.
Fire department gets a home
FALMOUTH — Judge/Executive David Fields broke a tie last Tuesday as the court returned from closed session to vote on the purchase of land that will be the site of the county fire department. Magistrates Josh Plummer and Darrin Gregg, District 2 and District 3, respectively, forced the judge’s...
Beshear announces $5.5M in development projects in Boone, Campbell counties
Commercial development projects — one in Boone County and another in Campbell County — have received financial help from a Kentucky Economic Development Financial Authority grant program. Gov. Andy Beshear visited the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport on Tuesday to present a combined $5.5 million worth of funding for...
Bridge replacement project over Campbell County’s Scaffold Creek set for March 4 though July 31
A bridge replacement project on KY 915 (Licking Pike) will begin on Monday, March 4. The project will consist of removing the existing bridge deck and beams, then setting new beams, and a deck.
Couple Ties the Knot at a Kentucky Gas Station Bathroom in Disco-Themed Wedding Ceremony
Ohio residents Logen Abney and Tiana Ailstock recently tied the knot at the HOP Shops gas station in Verona, Kentucky
Campbell County Schools push for higher SEEK funds for teacher pay
Campbell County Schools Superintendent Shelli Wilson spoke at the Feb. 20 school board meeting about how House Bill 6, the state’s budget, would affect the district—most notably employee raises. One of the district’s vision pillars is recruiting and retaining high-quality staff and students, and Wilson said staff salaries...
Boards and commissions of Grant County: a civics series for everyone
Mention laws and statutes and folks will shrug. Talk of ordinances and regulations and eyes begin to glaze over. By the time you get to guidances and procedures, minds wander. When you arrive at drafts heads are nodding as chairs are emptying. Though everyone seems to want to discuss politics...
This new restaurant in Anderson Township, Ohio is celebrating its grand opening on February 22
A new restaurant in Anderson Township is getting ready to celebrate its grand opening this Thursday. More than a year ago, it was announced that FUSIAN - a restaurant chain known for its customizable sushi - was planning to open a new location in Anderson Township at 7860 Beechmont Ave, according to this article from Cincinnati Business Courier. The upcoming restaurant has experienced some delays since then, but FUSIAN has at last announced an official grand opening date for the Anderson Township location.
Here's what to know about the Northern Kentucky girls basketball district tournaments
This is the final week of regular season high school basketball in Kentucky. That's almost shocking to hear. The season has flown by and has featured exciting games every week. Next week, half of the teams in the Commonwealth will be eliminated as district tournaments begin on Sunday, Feb. 25, in some parts of the state. Most districts, including the six in Northern Kentucky, open play on Feb. 26 or 27. ...
Crittenden’s February is Filled with ordinances, executive orders and meetings
With all council members present, Mayor Jim Purcell called the Feb. 13 meeting of the Crittenden City Council to order. The agenda was filled with ordinances, board reappointments, mid-year budgeting and executive orders. City Clerk/Treasurer Shawn McHolland announced the city has been able to move $1 million to a certificate...
Lots of moving parts to Kiwanis Auction
The best way to describe the vibe at the annual Williamstown Kiwanis Auction is happy chaos. Looking at it from the outside, it might be hard to believe it could possibly work. Audience members waved Post-it notes with bids, phones rang, a crowd hovered around the table where volunteers took...
Kenton County preps for new medical cannabis law
Sharmili Reddy, the executive director of Kenton County Planning and Development Services, informed the Kenton County Mayors Group on Saturday that the county was in the process of drawing up model zoning regulations for cities when planning for the impending legalization of medical cannabis, which begins in 2025. “Sometime in...
Foster board needs volunteers
FRANKFORT — Citizen Foster Care Review Boards in 69 counties — including Pendleton — need volunteers to review the cases of local children in foster care and make recommendations, according to the Administrative Office of the Courts. The surrounding counties of Bracken, Campbell, Harrison and Kenton also...
Campbell County, KY High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Streaming Live Today - February 20
Mark your calendars for the high school basketball action taking place in Campbell County, Kentucky today. For a full list of the local high school games and how to watch them, keep scrolling. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your family or alma...
Former Pendleton surveyor celebrates 95 years with family
GRANTS LICK — A few Saturdays ago, Suzanne and I traveled to the Grant’s Lick area, in the southern part of Campbell County, for a surprise celebration for “Uncle Howard” Johnston’s 95th birthday. Being there and seeing old friends and family members captured pleasant memories from my youth.
Wildcats defeat Paris, secure most wins since 2018
The Pendleton County Wildcats dropped two of three contests last week, however the team was able clinch its most successful season in six years. With a 74-61 win at Feb. 15 at Paris, the Wildcats notched their 13th victory of the season. The last time that feat was accomplished was during the 2017-18 campaign. Pendleton County used a strong second half effort to pull away from Paris in closing out the win while getting solid contributions from multiple player's. Junior guard Aden Merrill was spectacular as he produced a season-best performance. Merrill narrowly missed a triple-double as he finished with 18 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds. Senior Alex Beyst posted a team-high 23 points while seniors Hunter Cox (14 points, six rebounds) and Hunter Jack (10 rebounds, seven rebounds) also played significant roles during the win.
Campbell County Republican chair resigns after year of fighting with members
The last time the Campbell County Republican committee convened was in July. During the three-hour meeting, chairperson Anna Zinkhon could barely get a few sentences out before being interrupted by a crowd of people unhappy with her leadership. Zinkhon announced her resignation Monday, citing, among other things, "abusive language, mean-spirited actions and a...
6 Northern Kentucky medical buildings sold to out-of-state firm
CINCINNATI (Cincinnati Business Courier) - A portfolio of Northern Kentucky medical buildings has been sold to an out-of-state real estate firm. Chicago-based Remedy Medical Properties Inc. this month purchased a six-building portfolio of medical buildings scattered across Northern Kentucky. The buildings are each occupied by St. Elizabeth Physicians, one of the region’s largest doctors groups.