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Kenton County's 19 cities have agreed to work together in order to become a more efficient and effective government.
"The government exists to provide a system to enable people to reach their maximum potential," McDaniel told members of the Florence Rotary Club.
<![CDATA[Kenton County Chelsea Chestnutt, 18, and Robert Mann, 20, both of Covington, issued Oct. 31. Melissa Yeager, 43, of Edgewood and Christopher Zoll, 48, of Orange, issued Nov. 1. Megan Gorman, 32, of Fort Thomas and Nathaniel Lyle, 26, of Erlanger, issued Nov. 1. Tonya Taylor, 42, and Robert Landers, 30, both of Covington, issued Nov. 1. Lauren Krebs, 30, of Fort Thomas and Justin Pack, 33, of Walton, issued Nov. 1. Ashley Zurek, 19, of Elsmere and Brandon Love, 18, of Erlanger, issued Nov. 4. Robin Davis, 50, and Dennis Schultz, 58, both of Erlanger, issued Nov. 4. Amber Nerwick, 31, of Harrison and Sonny Hill, 27, of Covington, issued Nov. 4. Elizabeth Reilly, 23, and Payton Ponzer, 23, both of Independence, issued Nov. 4. Emily Simpson, 25, and Daniel Roessner, 26, both of Fairborn, issued Nov. 5. Holly Herald, 30, of Covington and Joseph Barrett, 30, of Edgewood, issued Nov. 5. Caroline Price, 59, of Cincinnati and Stephen Clifford, 60, of Covington, issued Nov. 6. Laura Cavanaugh, 24, and Ronald Casey III, 25, both of Covington, issued Nov. 6. Meghan Grindstaff, 20, and Caz Simpson, 24, both of Independence, issued Nov. 6. Teresa Spencer, 44, of Orlando and Bradley Whitehead, 50, of Cincinnati, issued Nov. 7.
RUSHED TO CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL... WITH A SKULL FRACTURE ...AND POLICE SAY HIS FATHER IS TO BLAME.
Cincinnati City Council approved an ordinance Thursday to give City Manager Milton Dohoney Jr. a year's salary, or $255,000, for resigning by Dec. 1. "He... A 23-year-old Crescent Springs man has arrested after his 3-month old baby's skull was fractured.
Former Covington Finance Director Bob Due has been indicted on 15 counts relating to more than $700,000 in missing city money.