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The Northerner and LINK nky entered into a content sharing agreement in December.

Inside the creation of LINK nky and their content sharing agreement with The Northerner

Matthew Dietz, Editor-in-Chief February 25, 2022

In October of 2021, the Northern Kentucky region was introduced to a new publication, LINK nky, a company that is striving to provide compelling and engaging coverage of the news in Northern Kentucky and...

Phase two of the Town Center/NKU Gateway project will be constructed between Nunn Drive and US 27.

Plans pushed to 2022 for US 27/Nunn Drive Project in Highland Heights

Robin Gee, Fort Thomas Matters | LINK nky December 17, 2021

Proposed financing changes and other issues has prompted the city of Highland Heights to request a review of plans going forward for phase two of the proposed Town Center/NKU Gateway project along a six-acre...

The main objective of camera implementation is to “facilitate transparency … enhance service to the community by accurately documenting events, actions, conditions and statements made during citizen interactions, traffic stops, arrests and other incidents, according to NKU Police BWC Policy.

NKU police implement body-worn cameras

Kyle Wade, Contributor October 23, 2019

In 2018, 992 people were shot and killed by police. As of this year, another 717 have lost their lives to fatal force, according to The Washington Post. While some police departments move away from body...

NKUs sixth president Dr. Ashish Vaidya addresses students, staff and alumni at Fall Convocation, Aug. 13, 2018.

Convocation 2018: 3 takeaways from Vaidya’s first address as president

Maria Dossett, Arts & Life Editor August 14, 2018
In his first address to NKU as its sixth president, Dr. Ashish Vaidya highlighted the hope he has for NKU’s growth, innovation and insight into the strategies that could make his goals a reality.
A rendering of the new mixed-use development on Louie B. Nunn Drive and US 27.

Restaurants, shopping, medical offices coming to Nunn Drive

Sam Rosenstiel, Copy Editor December 18, 2017
NKU announced on Monday plans to build new amenities and medical offices on Nunn Drive starting in mid-2018, bringing new restaurants, retail, apartments, and a 70,000 square-foot St. Elizabeth medical office to campus.
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