Kentucky's Edge event co-founder Bill Donabedian talks to media and supporters. <span class='image-credits'></span> Ornate beer taps with unicycles on the top add flourish at Bircus Brewery, Ludlow.  <span class='image-credits'>Provided</span> Falcon drone system inspecting the Daniel Carter Beard Bridge <span class='image-credits'>Provided</span>


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Bourbon gets top billing in new NKY 'signature event'

A major new celebration for all of Northern Kentucky debuting in October aspires to be the "SXSW for bourbon."

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Northern Kentucky natives create a nation of Elks

In the late 1800s, two men from Kentucky united to form the first fraternal organization for African-Americans.

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New 'Edition': A Q&A with new WVXU host Michael Monks

Change will be on the air on Feb. 4, when WVXU's "Cincinnati Edition" gets a new host — River City News founder Michael Monks. Hear how he's preparing for his new platform.

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New grant promises healthier future for innovations

Major new funding was awarded to Northern Kentucky for health innovation from the Department of Commerce. What will it mean in the long run?

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The day I left my car at home

One writer's cross-river adventure using both old and new public transportation

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All in the family: two generations of restaurateurs run NKY eateries

The Wainscotts keep business in the family and Southern charm on the table at Greyhound Tavern.

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GCF ‘Giving Circle’ supports NKY's new pathways to college, workforce

A Greater Cincinnati Foundation Giving Circle promoted educational access and workforce development across NKY.

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Welcome [back] to NKY thrives

Seasoned and emerging talent alike are rejuvenating economic and community development in NKY providing countless stories of transformation. Which is where NKY thrives comes [back] in.

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In 1867 two Northern Kentucky communities, Jamestown and Brooklyn, merged to create the city of Dayton. Back then, before the Army Corps of Engineers raised the level of the Ohio River, Dayton's swimmers and sunbathers took advantage of the natural sand bar and gently curving coastline of what ...