This summer visitors to Covington will have a new resource to help them make the most of their trip - The 2015 Covington Urban Guide.
NBC's popular reality fitness show The Biggest Loser will be looking for new participants in Cincinnati.
COV200, the Center for Great Neighborhoods, and the Friends of Peaselburg Neighborhood Association (FOPNA) are celebrating Covington’s Bicentennial with a special rendition of the traditional Fourt
Norther Kentucky University students Alexx Rouse and Andy Simpson and 2015 NKU grad Robert Macke will start roundhousing at Know Theatre on Monday.
CEI Sports, Inc. announced today that Cincy Sports Fest 2015 will also host Barry Larkin, Chris Sabo, Tom Browning and Joe Oliver as autograph guests.
The theme for Fort Mitchell’s annual July 4th parade will focus on building for the future.
COV200 is preparing turn up the volume during the upcoming BB&T Summer Celebration, thanks to the almost 30 bands performing for free on the celebration's two stages, July 9-14, along the banks
One of the digital world's most famous cats is coming to Covington.
What a great time at this weekend's St. Henry Festival!
RCN contributor Patricia A. Scheyer snapped these photos:
The 25th annual Pigfest at All Saints Catholic Church in Walton benefits neighboring St. Joseph Academy.
RCN contributor Patricia A. Scheyer produced these photos.
Baseball Across the Region, a celebration of All-Star Summer in Cincinnati, will make a stop on Sunday, June 21 at UC Health Stadium and the Florence Freedom as Ken Griffey Sr.
Have you visited Carol Ann’s Carousel on the Cincinnati side of the Roebling Suspension Bridge?