Covington-based architect and Newport resident Jim Guthrie penned an op-ed at Soapbox Cincinnati about why Covington rocks.
It's a party!
It's a One Damn Bad Oyster Party!
The annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day march through Covington took place Monday evening.
The Covington City Commission will hold its regular legislative meeting on Tuesday night.
Here is a look at what's on the agenda:
Work on Interstate 75 in Covington is expected to cause long delays over the weekend.
A United Dairy Farmers location planned for South Covington is moving forward, a representative of the company told The River City News.
From the City of Covington:
From the Welcome House of Northern Kentucky:
The amount of time he has had to spend in Northern Kentucky is baffling to Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen.
The beloved Rodgers & Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music opens this weekend at The Carnegie in Covington.The collaborative production between The Carnegie and the Kentucky Symphony
The Kentucky State Auditor's Office will release the findings within its examination of the City of Covington's finances in early February.
Former Covington City Commissioner Jerry Bamberger announced his candidacy to return to the office on Wednesday.
The Northern Kentucky Water District worked closely with Cincinnati Water Works and the Ohio River Valley Water Saniation Commission (ORSAN
The Covington Business Council (CBC) and its partner organization, the Urban Partnership (UP), which would oversee the proposed Business Im