Scaffolding and temporary netting are being placed on the John A.
The City of Covington will offer the public its first look at three conceptual drawings of what the 23-acre Internal Revenue Service site could look like after being redeveloped.
Braxton Brewing Company will celebrate its fourth anniversary later this month along with a $5 million expansion that includes a new rooftop outdoor area.
When the new Burlington store opens in Newport this fall, it will replace the existing location in Latonia, the company said in a news release Wednesday.
The Children's Home of Northern Kentucky earned "Innovator" status from the Human Rights Campaign, a Washington, D.C.-based organization focused on advancing equality issues for LGBTQ people.
The Covington Business Council will honor Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Brent Cooper at its annual dinner on August 8.
The Washington Post seeks to have a federal judge dismiss the $250 million lawsuit filed against it by attorneys representing Nicholas Sandmann, the Covington Catholic High School student
Sanitation District 1 announced Friday that it is inviting people impacted by sewer backups in their homes in recent weeks to apply for financial assistance.
Visitation, funeral, and burial of a retired Covington firefighter are scheduled for Thursday.
Lt. Dale Allen Brown died Friday after a battle with melanoma. He was 55.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department, with an endorsement from St.
Fort Mitchell Mayor Jude Hehman warned city council and residents earlier this month about the escalating costs of the city's pension contributions, a message being shared among most of the cities
Facing angry constituents lamenting the flooding of their basements after the heavy rains of two weekends ago, the Covington city commission announced on Monday that it would explore leaving the st
The new enrollment center at Covington Independent Public Schools is set to open on July 8.
The goal of utilizing Covington's historic Linden Grove Cemetery and Arboretum as a public greenspace continued over the weekend when Cincinnati Shakespeare Company returned for another production.
The new bike racks popping up across Covington are expected to do more than accommodate cyclists taking a break.
They could prompt a real economic impact, city officials hope.