The Northerner

Pictured: Quiara Alegría Hudes.

Pulitzer Prize winning playwright presenting at NKU

Kenton Hornbeck, LINK nky Reporter March 2, 2022

Northern Kentucky University’s School of the Arts will be hosting Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes on Wednesday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m. in NKU’s Corbett Theatre. As part of...

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...

Pictured in the photo are Nick Blivin, FUEL NKU program coordinator, and Jan Rouse, Prysmian Groups internal communications manager.

Souper Bowl Food Drive exceeds donation goal

Kenton Hornbeck, LINK nky reporter February 20, 2022

The Souper Bowl was a roaring success! Over 2,000 items were donated to FUEL NKU in the food drive that honored the Cincinnati Bengals run to the Super Bowl.  Prysmian Group’s Souper Bowl Food Drive...

The filing deadline has passed for the May 17, 2022 primaries.

A comprehensive list of local races for Campbell County

Robin Gee, Fort Thomas Matters | LINK nky January 28, 2022

The deadline to file for the 2022 primary election has passed. The primary will be held May 17, and the general election is set for November 8.  For information on voting and to find out where to vote,...

The Capitol Building in Frankfort, KY.

Redistricting lawsuit alleges ‘excessive splitting’ in Campbell and Boone Counties

Mark Payne, LINK nky politics and government reporter January 25, 2022

The new legislative and congressional maps in Kentucky became law last week, but only after Governor Andy Beshear vetoed the statehouse and congressional districts. He did not act on the senate maps. The...

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...

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