Moody's, the national credit rating agency, has downgraded the City of Covington's credit rating from from A2 to Baa1.
Obtaining financing for a small business venture can difficult, particularly in our current economic climate.
Bellevue Renaissance hopes to help with that.
The building that housed Chez Nora for three decades is on the market for a substantially lower price than announced when the restaurant closed its doors for good at the beginning of January.
And now for some cool news from one of our great sponsors!
The City of Covington has established an annual Business Recognition Program to acknowledge businesses in our community that have contributed to the city’s economic vitality and is seeking nominati
A bill that would allow for a local option sales tax passed a Kentucky House of Representatives committee on Tuesday.
The Point Logo & Design Company will celebrate the official opening of its new location in Latonia next Wednesday, March 19.
Consumer security breach bill heads to Senate
First Lady Jane Beshear and Cabinet for Economic Development Secretary Larry Hayes are being recognized for their contributions to the country’s economic well-being.
The River City News announces its new online store!
On Friday night, the team at Greenline Salon on 6th Street celebrated their one-year anniversary in Covington.