Some students hit the books after school. At Mount Healthy Junior/Senior High School's Afterschool program, they hit the sticks.
Take a stroll down West Loveland Avenue in Loveland and you can't help but notice the landscape is evolving; 15 Loveland High School juniors and seniors are putting their advanced art skills to work for the city by designing and painting a public mural.
The Springdale Police Department presented the 22nd annual Law Enforcement Expo May 18 and May 19 at Tri-County Mall.
Taste of Cincinnati organizers will work with the Cincinnati area chapter of the American Red Cross to provide a chance for attendees to donate funds to people impacted by the Oklahoma tornadoes.
Services are Friday for Fort Thomas native and U.S. Army veteran Michael Bradford who was killed last week in Afghanistan while working for a private contractor.
Kevin J. Landsom, 47, 3 Pueblo Court, domestic violence at 3 Pueblo Court, May 8.
Garage entered and lead wire of unknown value removed at 8151 SR 126, May 2.
Juvenile male, 15, vandalism, burglary at 12105 Lawnview, May 1.
Jennifer Ann Ferguson, 40, 920 Bishop Ave., possession of heroin at 11300 Reed Hartman Highway, May 7.
The Mt. Washington Community Council has approved a change to its voting policy.
Police Lt. Darryl Haussler said he has accomplished all his goals in the police department and is ready to turn in his uniform after 22 years.
It was like being back in college, police Capt. Michael Dressell joked as he flashed a picture of a modest dorm room on a screen during a recent Indian Hill Village Council meeting.
There were plenty of tears, but there were also hundreds of smiles.
The Kentucky Veterans Cemetery North in Grant County hosts a Memorial Day program at 1 p.m. Monday.
The White House on Tuesday announced that President Barack Obama intends to name Northern Kentucky native and former Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson to a presidential commission studying election reforms.
Robert Adams, 30, 12006 Seventh Ave., resisting arrest at 12186 Second Ave., April 26.
Madeira Arrests/citations None reported.
The Public Library and Gold Star Chili want to reward participants in Summer Reading.
The expansion of UC Health is accelerating, from Florence to Trenton, from babies to proton beams.
Work on a pedestrian bridge over the north lake at the Grand Valley Preserve in Camp Dennison has begun and is expected to wrap up in mid-July, weather permitting.
Premier Social Security Consulting of Sharonville has experienced explosive growth since rolling out its National Social Security Advisors training certification program nationwide in January.
The Greenacres Foundation Water Lab on Railroad Street near Nisbet Park will have some additions to its day-long classes this summer.
The LaSalle High School student who shot himself in the head in a suicide attempt in class last month has left University of Cincinnati Medical Center to begin rehabilitation at an undisclosed facility.
The Northern Kentucky Diabetes Coalition hosts free grocery store tours to provide real-time nutrition information to those with diabetes. The tours are:
Fernside — A Center for Grieving Children received a $20,000 grant from The Spaulding Foundation in support of peer grief support services.
Juan Mendoza-Solis, 29, 975 Dewdrop Circle, Cincinnati, operating a motor vehicle without a valid license; May 9.
Gyeorge Jeon, 50, 3553 Concerto, domestic violence at 3553 Concerto, May 5.
Electronic message boards in Springfield Township are now subject to new restrictions.
Lois Lerner, the embattled IRS official who played a key role in the agency's screening of tea party groups for additional scrutiny, will invoke the Fifth Amendment at a House oversight committee hearing today, according to a letter sent to the committee