The Covington city commission voted on Tuesday to purchase two downtown buildings currently owned by the Kentucky Community and Technical College System on behalf of Gateway Community and Technical
The Covington Board of Education reviewed a summer program known as Kings Leadership Program, which included eleven boys.
Ground was broken last week on City View at Devou, a project that includes lots for nine single-family homes on the eastern side of Western Avenue near the entrance of Devou Park in Covington.
Because there is no formal playground at Ninth District Elementary School in Covington, volunteers gathered earlier this month to beautify the blacktop used by students at recess.
Children, Inc. announced that its capital campaign surpassed its fundraising goal.
A pair of public meetings are scheduled for Thursday at Covington City Hall to discuss the future of Devou Park and the Bill Cappel Sports Complex, which includes the Latonia Spray Park.
UPDATE: The two men have been arrested.
The City of Covington is looking for volunteers to help plant 75 trees next Saturday.
The date marks National Make a Difference Day.
The Latonia Halloween Block Party returned over the weekend and attracted cute and terrifying costumes.
RCN's Brian Frey produced the photos below.
The City of Covington is moving forward with its plans to change the way it handles its zoning ordinance.
Families and kids will have the opportunity to get up close to big trucks and equipment next Saturday at the Latonia Shopping Center in Covington.
The Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is bringing its M.O.R.E. National Tour to Covington and Fort Wright this week.
The redeveloped Peaselburg Park on celebrated a grand opening last week.
According to figures released by public safety and event consultants, BLINK was the largest event ever held in the Cincinnati region.