Covington's Anchor Grill received some national love from New Yorker food writer Helen Rosner.
A colorful public art installation will be on view at the Carnegie in Covington during the company's run of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
The Covington Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #1 announced its annual fallen officer scholarship.
State basketball champions from Holy Cross and Holmes are being honored in January.
Update (Wednesday, Jan. 1, 7:30 p.m.):
Three properties previously acquired by the City of Covington in an effort to combat blight are now targeted for redevelopment.
The City of Covington's annual holiday food drive kicked off this season as city employees were called upon to open their hearts and kitchen cupboards to the needy.
Coppin's at Hotel Covington has a new executive chef.
This story has been updated to include comment from Richard Hines and to correct the date that the lawsuit was filed (October 2018, not October of this year.
The City of Covington is considering an expansion of its existing rules surrounding mobile food vendors, such as food trucks.
The City of Covington is kicking off the second year of its program that allows neighborhood business districts in the city to compete for $200,000 in public improvement funding.
The Kenton County Public Library was honored recently by the Kentucky Recreation and Park Society at the organization's annual state conference and trade show at Lake Barkley Resort Park.
Sanitation District 1 (SD1) presented the 2019 Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Excellence Award to two local construction companies for their work addressing storm water challenges, timely
The Band of Helping Hands (BOHH) is a nonprofit organization looking to use local and original music to raise money for kids to learn through art and music.