A United Dairy Farmers location planned for South Covington is moving forward, a representative of the company told The River City News.
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"Eat your heart out, Harvard. You’re not as good as Northern Kentucky University."
Taylor Mill Fire Chief Dennis Halpin announced that he will retire this year.
Halpin has served Taylor Mill for thirty-five years and will leave his post on October 15, 2014.
Newport Aquarium announced Saturday that Sweet Pea, the first shark ray to go on display in the Western Hemisphere, is pregnant – marking the first time a shark ray has become pregnant while in a c
The arctic temperatures that froze the region last week may be back for an encore.
That could happen as early as Tuesday.
The amount of time he has had to spend in Northern Kentucky is baffling to Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen.
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The Kentucky State Auditor's Office will release the findings within its examination of the City of Covington's finances in early February.
NKY Hates Heroin, a local organization committed to finding solutions for the region's heroin epidemic, will present a check to the Droege House in Dayton on Thursday.
Former Covington City Commissioner Jerry Bamberger announced his candidacy to return to the office on Wednesday.
UPDATE ( 4:55 P.M.): The Kenton County Police have released an initial report from the scene:
Sixty year in prison is the recommendation of a Kenton County jury Tuesday night for the man who shot at three Covington Police officers, striking two of them, and wounding one in the foot.