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When Covington's population shrank dramatically in the 1960s and 1970s, some steadfast residents stayed firmly in place.
Or, so some believe.
When America’s oldest remaining commercial ship, the 1841 Charles W.
They call her Miss Congeniality - but I wouldn't if I were you.
But, as Katie Himes says, the parallels are uncanny.
On Saturday night, Covington retailer District 78 hosted a pop-up shop for local clothing brand SPKNG In Tongues in its space at 33 W. Pike Street.
By Frank Newport
Real estate site Movoto has listed the fifteen best places to live in Kentucky using a formula based on total amenities, quality of life, total crimes, tax rates, unemployment rate, commute time, a
More than a dozen friends of a Mainstrasse Village resident braved the bitter cold and enlisted in a fire brigade-style line to help the man move.
The River City News is proud to introduce this new regular feature column, "The Intrepid Urban Farmer".
Covington blogger Nicki Daniels has had it with bearded hipsters and the way they have forced her "to suss out who is the real man and who is the poseur".
A new vintage clothing shop debuted at its first ever trunk show hosted by flow - a shop for men in Downtown Covington.