Army houses in Fort Thomas to be sold to developerArmy houses in Fort ...
Thomas Dunne, of Fort Thomas, walks past late 19th century houses on Alexander Circle, Fort Thomas, that were built for use by Army officers.
Army houses in Fort Thomas to be sold to developer
Army houses in Fort Thomas to be sold to developer Fort Thomas will advertise for bids on 10 historic houses that were Army officers' homes.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
An evening of umbrellas, music and play in Fort ThomasAn evening of...
An evening of umbrellas, music and play in Fort Thomas Children romped and played and people sat down to hear The Carter New Band in concert.
Bloomberg Businessweek Goes Back to School: 'Tossing the First Lady's Lunch'
While most national-media reporting on Michelle Obama's push for strict school-lunch standards has been delivered with unhealthy amounts of promotional syrup, some outlets have grown more blunt.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Luke Bryan performed to a sold-out crowd at Riverbend on August 23.
Luke Bryan at Riverbend Luke Bryan performed to a sold-out crowd at Riverbend on August 23. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1tysGOS Halei Tracy of Fort Thomas and Kelly Graham of Alexandria at Riverbend for the sold-out Luke Bryan concert on August 23.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Boone, Silver Grove struggle with bus issues
Boone, Silver Grove struggle with bus issues Boone's buses are too crowded. Silver Grove's are gone.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Fort Thomas Police search for missing woman
Fort Thomas Police search for missing woman Police are searching for Rose Hartman, 57, of Wilder, who is missing from Fort Thomas.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Hip hip hooray' for Fort Thomas school's first day - Hip hip hooray'...
'Hip hip hooray' for Fort Thomas school's first day Students in Fort Thomas Independent Schools started a new year of classes Aug. 14. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/VAcCzg Lela Bach waves her arm in the air alongside her classmate Isabelle Atkins as kindergarten students in teacher Julie Steppe's class yell "Hip hip hooray, ... (more)
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Schneider's Sweet Shop marks 75 yearsSchneider's Sweet Shop marks 75...
Schneider's Sweet Shop marks 75 years It all started in a two-car garage behind a Fairfield Avenue storefront.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
School District Quits Fed Lunch Program: 'Kids Won't Eat That'
A Kentucky school district is opting out of the federal school lunch program because it says students don't like the meals required under new guidelines, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports .
Ky. school district drops federal lunch program
Lunch at Fort Thomas Independent Schools may include more French fries, fewer vegetables and larger portions this year.
Campbell County Rotary moves meetings to NewportCampbell County...
Campbell County Rotary moves meetings to Newport The Campbell County Rotary Club has moved meetings from Fort Thomas to draw more members.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Their say: Kids on school lunch standardsTheir say: Kids on school...
Their say: Kids on school lunch standards Here's how several local students feel about healthier options in the lunchroom Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1omojq8 Silver Grove Schools freshman Jonathan Nelson goes through the lunch line in the school cafeteria.
Children learn to move, speak with musicChildren learn to move, speak ...
Children learn to move, speak with music Kindermusik promotes speech in children as young as 4 momths Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1olu3k8 Emmett Young, 3, and Megan McCoy, 3, both of Fort Thomas, play with their drums in a Kindermusik class with Cindy Sugarman.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Middlesboro Daily News
N. Ky. city keeps pit bull ban
Officials in a northern Kentucky city have decided to keep a ban on pit bull dogs that was put in place 30 years ago.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Bill: Five-to-10 years for heroin trafficking
Bill: Five-to-10 years for heroin trafficking Sen. John Schickel filed a bill that would make selling heroin a class C felony, Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1nu5HhV A syringe found next to a bench is a sign of the region's heroin problem.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Blue Marble finds novel ways to succeed for 35 years
Blue Marble finds novel ways to succeed for 35 years Community support + an expert staff = success for NKY's Blue Marble Books.