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.
Wonder how that guy down the street keeps his lawn so healthy and lush?
Elisabeth Sebastian, Director of Professional Education and Outreach for the Alzheimer's Association of Greater Cincinnati which serves 50,000 Alzheimer's patients and their families, is the recipi
Community members are invited to improve their cardiac age through the Take Time for Your Heart program, offered by the St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute.
If you haven’t heard already then you should know Covington is Awesome, our bicentennial is here, and we have a lot to celebrate on this side of the river.
Bellevue has appropriately turned to the head of Mackey Advisors, the Fairfield Avenue-based financial management firm, to lead its fundraising efforts to land Red Bike stations in the city.
Children’s Law Center (CLC), a local nonprofit serving Greater Cincinnati’s disadvantaged and vulnerable children, celebrates its 25th anniversary with the third annual Dancing With The CLC Stars f
No Northern Kentucky city is moving as swiftly to land Red Bike stations than Newport.