Covington Independent Public Schools Superintendent Alvin Garrison was appointed by Governor Andy Beshear as a member of the Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage.
The left lane on northbound Interstate 71/75 around the Cut-in-the-Hill will be closed starting Monday and will stay that way through July, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced.
Two Covington cultural institutions announced their plans to reopen to the public in the coming days.
The lobby of City Hall will reopen to walk-in visitors with restrictions on Monday after being closed since March 16.
Among the restrictions:
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The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra announced that it is moving its summer concert series to Tower Park in Fort Thomas.
This story has been updated with the identity of the suspect.
A new exhibition at Pendleton Street Photography in Cincinnati will examine the symbolism of face-coverings as businesses, organizations, and social venues continue to reopen in phases amid the glo
Starting Wednesday, Covington residents will pay less when dropping off debris at the city's waste transfer station in Latonia.
The Fourth Street/Veterans Memorial Bridge between Covington and Newport is fully reopened, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Friday.
This story has been updated with additional details including the identities of the men who were found dead.
The Carnegie announced Thursday that its previously announced 2020-21 theatrical season will be pushed back to 2021-22 due to the ongoing pandemic.
A local grade-schooler urged her mother to help her organize a Black Lives Matter fundraiser on Saturday in Covington to benefit African-American organizations.
The City of Covington is poised to change its small business incentive program offering new eligibility to day cares and bonus points for operations owned by minorities, women, and military veteran