The City of Covington announced a new neighborhood services director and deputy director, and both are familiar faces at City Hall.
The Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky (ESNKY) began its winter sheltering operations on Monday at 634 Scott Blvd. in Covington for both men and women in need throughout the season.
Suits that Rock returned to an in-person concert/fundraiser last month at Covington Plaza and raised more than $150,000 for the Carnegie's arts education programming.
The City of Covington announced the hiring of an outside firm to project-manage the redevelopment of the former IRS site in the city.
Two local businesses are joining forces for a new operation in downtown Covington.
The Covington board of education voted 4-1 last Thursday to extend the contract of Covington Independent Public Schools Superintendent Alvin Garrison.
The Eleventh Street Bridge in Covington is reopened to pedestrians, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - District 6 Office announced Monday.
Six former Cincinnati Bengals joined a COVID-19 vaccination effort at Holmes High School over the weekend.
The spook-tacular annual Latonia Halloween Block Party returned to the central Covington neighborhood, and attracted ghouls, goblins, fairies, monsters, and heroes of all sizes.