Over the course of the last several months, Goebel Park has been transformed into a colorful and welcoming gathering spot for peop
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Northern Kentucky Education Council hosted the 2015 Excellence in Education Celebration on Thursday evening, recognizing the investment in excellen
This week's local TED event will feature a speaker from Covington.
On Monday evening, Jason Barron, executive director of Red Bike, stood before a small crowd at City Hall and outlined the organiza
One day into spring, the City of Taylor Mill took advantage of the terrific weather to hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt at Pride Park.
Jessica Arnold and Samantha Ford, both of Covington, have been selected to paint rain barrels as part of the second annual Rain Barrel Art Project, an initiative designed to educate the community a
The City of Covington will soon have five, maybe six Red Bike stations, Mayor Sherry Carran told The River City News on Saturday.
Imagine you’re on a bus, mind numb, traveling from Point A to Point B.
When Emma Ranshaw was born, it was discovered that her left arm had not fully developed. Apparently, while in the womb, the arm became entangled and stop growing.
It seems as though this year is going to be a great one for the city of Cincinnati, Covington and baseball.
As the water from the Ohio and Licking Rivers started to overflow in the Northern Kentucky River Cities on Saturday morning, a baker's dozen of community leaders gathered over pie at Covington Stat
It's been more than a decade since the MainStrasse Village Association invested in the installation of a large sign post in Steinford Park, near Philadelphia Street, for the sole purpose of adverti
If you've noticed some strangely dressed individuals hanging around the Northern Kentucky Convention Center, don't be alarmed.