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.
Henry Jugas's bar saw its safe blown open by thieves in September of 1921 and the yeggmen, or crooks who blow up safes, made off with cash and documents.
Governor Matt Bevin announced a new round of appointments to state boards and commissions, a list that includes three from Northern Kentucky.
The Children's Home of Northern Kentucky/CHNK Behavioral Health was awarded a contract by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to offer a Family Preservation Program (FPP).
The St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption is one of Covington's most iconic structures, a project that began in 1894 and ended in 1915.
BLINK Cincinnati expanded to Covington in 2019, and thousands of visitors walked the downtown streets of Northern Kentucky's largest city as a number of historic buildings and other landmarks were
The City of Covington is giving away free trees thanks to an Arbor Day initiative by ROAD iD, a Covington-based company that makes wearable identification materials.
A new wedding design firm is open in Covington.
Students from Holmes High School in Covington worked on an interactive display to coincide with this weekend's massive BLINK light and art show event in the city and in Cincinnati.
BLINK drew roughly one million visitors to downtown Cincinnati in 2017 and in its new production this weekend, large crowds are expected again as the event grows into Covington.
Northern Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie spoke Wednesday in Covington at a luncheon hosted by Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) at the Northern Kentucky Convention Cent
The Ft. Wright city council voted this week to maintain its tax rate after an hour-long discussion.