A man was arrested Friday afternoon after a Covington school employee reported to police that the man pointed a gun at him.
Events to check out this weekend:
Herb & Thelma's Tavern, the popular Covington hole-in-the-wall burger and bar destination, turns 80 years old this year.
The tight squeeze necessary to merge on to Interstates 71 or 75 from 4th Street in Covington is expected to improve with a significant change to access to the highway.
The Roebling Suspension Bridge between Covington and Cincinnati could remain closed for a couple of months, the City of Covington announced on Wednesday.
The walking trail that aims eventually to connect Ludlow to Dayton continues to grow.
Holmes High School is launching its HESPY Awards, a nod to the ESPY Awards, which honors the year's best achievements in sports, as decided by cable sports network ESPN.
This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of the Children's Law Center.
The Covington-based nonprofit legal service center works to protect the rights of children and youth.
The City of Covington-sponsored adult softball league is canceled this year due to a lack of interest, the city said in a news release.
St. Elizabeth Physicians and Humana are teaming up to open a new health resource center in Covington.
A ribbon-cutting is planned for Wednesday, May 15.
There will be some disruption to traffic in Covington in the coming days, some due in part to the ongoing construction of the new Kenton County Administration Building, the former Bavarian Brewing
Dan Bell is the new chief operating officer at the Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky, the Covington-based agency announced on Monday.
Bell is the Point's first COO.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital is bringing the Pint of Science Festival to Covington later this month.
The Covington Board of Education voted to approved a turnaround plan for Holmes Middle School.
Volunteers showed up on Saturday to help plant around seventy-five trees.
The project was led by the City of Covington's urban forestry board.