Rachel Berry, Enquirer

Rachel Berry


Contact Rachel

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • Enquirer
  • Burlington TimesNews
  • The Dispatch
  • Rochester D and C

Past articles by Rachel:

'A dangerous precedent.' In Northern Kentucky, the Republican party is at war with itself

In Sen. Mitch McConnell's backyard, a party finds itself openly at war with itself. Voters will decide in May. → Read More

Ky. court rules Ben Dusing can't run for family court judge after law license suspension

Ben Dusing, a Northern Kentucky attorney, had his law license suspended in Kentucky and Ohio in late February and early March. → Read More

'Scarier to be an ocean away.' Why a Northern Kentucky mother is in Ukraine right now

She had to get the girl she planned to adopt out of Ukraine. Now she's in that country amid Europe's bloodiest war in decades. → Read More

Covington partners with African American Chamber to help Black-owned businesses

The African American Chamber of Commerce will now use a space in Covington, creating its first physical presence in Northern Kentucky. → Read More

New Ohio River bridge next to Brent Spence won't require tolls, governors of Ohio and Kentucky say

At a news conference on Monday, Feb. 28, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced plans to fund a companion to the Brent Spence. → Read More

Kentucky Supreme Court lawyer who threatened to 'blow up' attorneys will fight suspension

Ben Dusing is running for family court judge in Kenton County. He's also representing former Cincinnati city councilman Jeff Pastor. → Read More

Northern Kentucky University's College of Law receives largest donation in its history

Northern Kentucky's Salmon P. Chase College of Law received a $3 million donation, the largest in its history. → Read More

Covington could get funding for life sciences research lab

Covington is requesting funding for a life sciences research lab, where start-up companies could rent lab and office space. → Read More

NKY city votes against LGBTQ rights ordinance

The city commission voted 3-1 with one abstention against a fairness ordinance proposed by Commissioner Brian Garner. → Read More

Rep. Thomas Massie says state legislatures, not voters, should pick U.S. senators

Thomas Massie tweeted that the 16th and 17th amendments were "egregious mistakes." → Read More

Construction trade school opening in Covington next fall

The school will be the location of previously announced restoration trades workshops that the city of Covington is planning. → Read More

Former NFL player Charles Johnson opening fitness facility in Hebron – By the Way NKY

By the Way NKY: A former NFL player is opening a fitness facility in Hebron and nominations are open for NKY Excellence in Education Awards. → Read More

How a pandemic hobby and a woman's memories became a candle business.

Alexandria resident Amber Singleton turned her pandemic hobby into a business. → Read More

Court gives Campbell County Schools permission to build new middle school on DAV property

The city wants to sell the property to a developer to build a medical facility. Campbell County Schools want to use it for a new middle school. → Read More

Boone County to replace current animal shelter with modern facility

The shelter is expected to open in 2023. → Read More

'Support people regardless of who they love.' NKY Republican lawmaker pushes for LGBTQ rights

Kim Banta, a Northern Kentucky Republican, is championing LGBTQ rights. Not everyone is happy about that. → Read More

Share your thoughts with Northern Kentucky reporter Rachel Berry

Meet The Enquirer's NKY reporter throughout the month of November. → Read More

'Live, work, play.' Union plans more than 60-acre development with housing, shops and restaurants

The development will feature office space, housing, shops and restaurants → Read More

Erlanger City Council votes on whether to reduce size of largest City Council in Northern Kentucky

The vote came a day before the filing period for the 2022 City Council elections. → Read More

She wanted an 'unconventional' wedding. So she surprised him at Cicis pizza

Jon Kenyon loves Cicis pizza, so his fiancé decided to surprise him with a wedding at the restaurant. → Read More