Four students from Covington Latin School were selected for three different Governor's School programs.
The new bicycle rental program at Devou Park in Covington will begin on Thursday, May 31.
The 49th annual Duveneck Memorial Art Show - named for famed 19th century artist and Covington native Frank Duveneck - returned to the Covington riverfront over the weekend.
Newport Central Catholic sophomore Matthew Froendhoff has been selected to participate in the Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts.
One of the biggest food drives of the year to benefit low-income families in Northern Kentucky is set for Saturday, May 12.
Villa Madonna Academy sophomore Yamaan Ahmad was accepted to two competitive programs.
The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet (EEC) announced $309,946 in grant funding awards for landscaping, walking trails, and pour-in-place surfacing projects that utilize recycled waste tires.
A total of 3,368,119 Kentuckians are registered to vote in the Primary Election on May 22, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes announced Friday.
Malone Simpson, a 2018 graduate of Covington Catholic High School, was recently named the recipient of a $5,000 Williams Fund College Scholarship awarded by the Kenny and Brian Williams F
Villa Madonna Academy sophomore Caroline Montgomery of Hebron has been accepted in the Governor’s School for the Arts.
The Peach Truck is gearing up for another summer tour and this year, the sweet, juicy peaches can be bought in Walton and Covington.
The GoldStars Tribute Wall is coming to Taylor Mill.
The traveling memorial honors the memory of those lost in the Gulf War, Iraq War, and Afghanistan War.