Julia Fair, Enquirer

Julia Fair


Fort Thomas, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Julia:

Fire victim descendants sue Southgate over Beverly Hills Supper Club site development

Fire victim descendants of the Beverly Hills Supper Club 1977 fire went to court to stop the site from being developed. → Read More

'I absolutely did nothing wrong': Cold Spring censures city council member Cindy Moore

Cold Spring City Council voted to publicly reprimand council member Cindy Moore. → Read More

Judge Dawn Gentry appeals Judicial Conduct Commission decision to remove her from the bench

Dawn Gentry is continuing the fight to keep her job as a family court judge in Kenton County. → Read More

Dawn Gentry: Northern Kentucky judge removed from bench following misconduct charges

Embattled Kenton County Family Court Judge Dawn Gentry lost her job. → Read More

Northern Kentucky police turned to social workers for help. Now they're seeking to hire more.

Northern Kentucky police used social workers before the "defund the police" movement took root this summer. → Read More

Nick Sandmann's settlement with CNN was almost public. A birthday and a pandemic changed that.

The COVID-19 pandemic played a part in making Sandmann's settlement with CNN confidential. → Read More

Senator Mitch McConnell spoke about COVID-19 vaccines, presidential job performance during NKY visit

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell visited Northern Kentucky Monday ahead of the start of the Republican National Convention. → Read More

Judge Dawn Gentry: Misconduct hearing begins today

Kenton County Family Court Judge Dawn Gentry will appear in court today for a week-long hearing about misconduct charges against her. → Read More

Latino communities hit harder by COVID-19 pandemic. NKY doctor, Cincinnati agency respond

Latino communities were hit harder by the COVID-19 pandemic. This is how an NKY doctor and a Cincinnati agency are helping. → Read More

Judge Dawn Gentry: Three more misconduct charges filed against her include more lying and retaliation claims

Embattled Kenton County Family Court Judge Dawn Gentry has three additional misconduct charges. → Read More

What to know about the former Beverly Hills Supper Club site zoning hearing tonight

On Tuesday, the public can weigh in on the zoning change the developers requested to move the project forward. → Read More

'Tenants have literally thumbed their nose.' NKY landlords sue Beshear to resume evictions paused by the COVID-19 pandemic

Landlords in Northern Kentucky took legal action to try to resume evictions. → Read More

Florence Y'alls will play baseball this summer with reduced fan capacity due to COVID-19

The Florence Y'alls are going to have a baseball season even though the Frontier League in which they play isn't. → Read More

'They want me to come back.' Thomas Massie takes early lead as unofficial results from Kentucky's primary trickle in

Rep. Thomas Massie, a conservative libertarian, held the lead in unofficial election results for the Republican Party nomination. → Read More

Kentucky Primary Election Day: What to expect in Northern Kentucky on Tuesday

Voting in Northern Kentucky will be different tomorrow. With fewer voting locations and possibly delayed results, here's what to expect. → Read More

'COVID-19 impacted everything': How it influenced the campaigns that want to unseat Rep. Thomas Massie

The Kentucky Primary is a tale of one congressman, three people who desperately want his and, how a pandemic shifted the campaign trail. → Read More

'Northern Kentucky is not immune,' hundreds walk in Elsmere Black Lives Matter protest

People hoisted up signs, handed out cool water bottles and chanted at the top of their lungs. → Read More

Something new in Kentucky for this month's primary: Anyone can vote by mail

For the first time, Kentuckians will be able - like Ohioans have done for 15 years - to vote early. → Read More

'It was a war zone': Beverly Hills Supper Club fire memorial planned for 43rd anniversary

A survivor of the deadly Beverly Hills Supper Club fire organized a memorial event for May 28 on the 43rd anniversary of the tragedy. → Read More

Todd McMurty: The local lawyer, father and grill enthusiast who wants Rep. Thomas Massie's job

Local lawyer Todd McMurtry will do anything to unseat Rep. Thomas Massie. → Read More