Feature Story Kenton County resident Heather Grothaus just published her thirteenth romance novel.

From teenage fan to author, she just published her thirteenth romance novel

A serendipitous visit to a local antiques and used books store provided the inspiration for her latest entry, which will be the first of a planned four-part series.

Feature Story Lee Ransdell trail bikes several times a week at Devou Park.

Spending time — and money — in Devou Park

Tens of thousands of visits are made to Devou Park’s backcountry trails by bikers, hikers, and runners, and all that exercise adds up to a big economic impact.

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He's not just clowning around: Paul Miller makes circus a serious business

The Ringling Bros.-trained performer takes community development and outreach seriously. 

Feature Story Molly Berrens and Matthew Grote of Covington-based Spotted Yeti Media created motion graphics for the Freedom Center.

Blink comes to Northern Kentucky in splashes of light and color

Covington will be one of the most densely packed zones for the art, light and culture event Blink.

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What Love Does: Grace + Grit Spa offers healing treatments for cancer warriors

Crystal Grace and Sha-Kim Smith believe that self care is health care.

Feature Story The Northern Kentucky Giving Circle met in the Impact Cowork space in Newport.

Giving Circle amplifies the impact and engagement of individual philanthropists

One doesn't need to be wealthy to give and create an impact in the community.

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Covington’s legendary leader, Tom Dibello

Just over 40 years after it was founded, Covington-based nonprofit The Center for Great Neighborhoods operates in a very different environment from the one in which it began. 

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The very name Fort Thomas seems to conjure history. Built on the site of an 1890 U.S. Army post, the town was named for Brigadier General George H. Thomas, a key Civil War leader.  
Located in northeastern Campbell County and easily accessible from Cincinnati via I-471, today’s Fort Thomas ...