Seven students from Covington Independent Public Schools were picked up by a limo and taken on a shopping trip with some Cincinnati Bengals players.
Though work has already begun, ground was ceremonially broken at the former Robke Chevrolet site at the 1300 block of Madison Avenue in Covington.
It was a busy stretch of nearly four hours in Covington for Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear on Wednesday, who announced at his last of three stops that three hundred forty-one jobs would be created
A man has died after falling from the Anderson Ferry on Tuesday afternoon.
Virgil Souder, 82, was a longtime deckhand on the ferry.
With its once notorious and now celebrated history associated with organized criminal activity, it only makes sense that the Newport Police Department was once armed with that weapon of mafia choic
Northern Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie has filed his papers to seek a second term in office. The Lewis County Republican was first elected in November 2012.
A man pleaded guilty last week to robbing a Covington bank over the summer.
Sam Boles, 40, faces fifteen years in prison when he is sentenced in January.
The last playground structures that made up Father Henry Hanses Park in Covington's Lewisburg neighborhood were removed in August 2012.
The first of five long vacant shotgun houses to be transformed as part of Shotgun Row will be unveiled to the public on Friday.
Residents of Latonia are hopeful for a redeveloped shopping center, reduced traffic issues on Winston Avenue, new sidewalks on a pair of streets, and a possible placement on the National Register o