Know of an empty or neglected historic structure that has been rehabilitated and put back into use?
Northern Kentucky artists Brad McCombs and Numediacy play a vital role in a major regional exhibit about a vital topic: water.
A child was shot early Monday afternoon in Highland Heights, according to multiple news reports.
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The Covington Business Council is changing its focus after spending the better part of the previous two-plus years pushing for the implementation of a Business Improvement District (BID) in Downtow
Joe Schmidt graduated from Covington Catholic High School in 1961 and Ginnie (Bohman) Schmidt graduated from Notre Dame Academy that same year.
Last week came a watershed moment in the history of the Presbyterian Church (USA).
One day into spring, the City of Taylor Mill took advantage of the terrific weather to hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt at Pride Park.
Jessica Arnold and Samantha Ford, both of Covington, have been selected to paint rain barrels as part of the second annual Rain Barrel Art Project, an initiative designed to educate the community a
Covington Catholic's run at back-to-back state titles came to an end on Saturday evening when they were unable to withstand a late run by Owensboro and lost 69-65 in overtime in the semifinals of t
The Thomas More women’s basketball team successfully completed its quest for an unblemished season, routing previously undefeated George Fox University (OR.), 83-63 in the Division III National Cha
A crash in Downtown Covington sent two to the hospital on Saturday evening.
The City of Covington will soon have five, maybe six Red Bike stations, Mayor Sherry Carran told The River City News on Saturday.
Some teams win with athleticism, other teams win with size, but Covington Catholic wins with discipline and heart.