A new mural is going up in Latonia as part of the COV 200 bicentennial promotion.
A Covington Catholic sophomore was invited last month to speak to the members of the Cincinnati Post of the Society of
Over the past several months, issues such as domestic violence, child abuse, and the heroin epidemic have dominated national, regional, and local news headlines alike.
You arrive at the Holcomb’s Landing Ramp just after dawn and look at the shoreline of Lake Cumberland.
A Diet of Fast Food, Sweet Tea, Bags of Chips, and Cigarettes Led to a Serious Wake Up Call for this 36-Year Old
A fast-food combo meal, plus an extra sandwich and two extra-large sweet teas. That was lunch.
The Undy Run featured athletes clad in boxer shorts running through the streets of Newport on Saturday.
The best part: more than $40,000 was raised for colon cancer research.
State lawmakers were asked on Friday to amend a law to allow passengers to consume alcohol on human-powered four-wheeled bicycles, although the driver steering and braking couldn’t drink.
COV200, the group charged with managing the City of Covington’s bicentennial celebration, wants local students to share their view of Covington’s history.
The back of two Downtown Covington buildings are about to be much more colorful.
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On the heels of the opening of the school's Center for Technology, Innovation, and Enterprise on Madison Avenue, Gateway Community and Technical College will continue its expansion in downtown
After 43 years, a Covington Latin instructor is leaving the school.
That's 43 years of teaching on the downtown campus. Dennis Whitehead was also a student there, graduating in 1962.