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Feature Story Southgate Street School was a school for African Americans in Newport dating to its founding in 1893.

These sites hold stories of African American history in Northern Kentucky

African American history dating to the 19th century can be found at many sites that are still standing in Northern Kentucky.

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Embrace the Danish tradition of Hygge with a few good books this holiday season

Two local bibliophiles from Joseph-Beth Booksellers weigh in on their top picks, perfect for gifts or relaxing on your own.

Feature Story The St. Elizabeth Cancer Center is scheduled to open in August 2020.

The new St. Elizabeth Cancer Center will offer holistic treatment and cutting-edge research

The St. Elizabeth Cancer Center, scheduled to open in the fall of 2020, is designed to do more than treat cancer. Prevention and early diagnosis will be priorities too.

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That’s a wrap: How People’s Liberty impacted the region's next generation of leadership

During their five-year tenure, the staff at the philanthropic lab learned five key lessons from the community.

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Living young, gay, and black: Is it still a triple threat?

More and more social service agencies, organizations, and events support LGBTQ minority youth in the region. 

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. 

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