The first round of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Gridiron Bowl playoffs started on Friday night.
Covington Catholic rolled over Conner on Saturday afternoon, 40 - 6 at Wooten Field.
The final regular season high school football games were played Friday night. Here is a rundown of the scores from the Northern Kentucky River Cities:
Covington Catholic had little trouble with Holmes on Saturday as the Colonels cruised to a 55-20 victory in Park Hills.
The Devou Park Fall Festival was held Sunday in Covington. Here are some photos from the event by RCN's Ashley Blake:
The Scott Eagles, in the midst of an historic undefeated season, suffered their first lost under the Friday night lights, losing to South Oldham, 30-20.
The Holmes Bulldogs downed Harrison County 14 - 7 on senior night at Tom Ellis Field.
Every Monday The River City News will take a look at some of the more unique items that Covington residents are selling on Craigslist.
Art Off Pike celebrated its ninth year on Seventh Street in Downtown Covington, attracting hundreds of visitors and art vendors from around the region.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear took to The New York Times for an op-ed titled, "My State Needs Obamacare. Now."
From the City of Covington:
The former Barton's on Park Place in Covington's Roebling Point entertainment district is no more.