From the City of Covington:
Covington and Bellevue announced Friday that they are pulling out of participation of this year's Riverfest, joining Newport which announced its withdrawal last week.
The Covington board of education approved its reopening plan for Covington Independent Public Schools on Thursday night, giving the OK to a hybrid model to offer in-person a
The following op-ed is written by Covington Mayor Joe Meyer.
Revival Vintage Bottle Shop brings to Covington a collection of hundreds of rare and vintage bottlers, curated by a bourbon expert.
Kenton County Police identified a suspect following an incident Tuesday in which an officer opened fire.
A Kenton County Police officer opened fire on a suspect that allegedly rammed a car into the police officer's cruiser.
Braxton Brewing Company is expanding across the Ohio River.
"No mask, no service" signs are popping up in the doors and windows of Covington restaurants and bars, courtesy of the city's "Recover Covington" or ReCov campaign.
The City of Covington is set increase the amount of money that it awards to qualifying homebuyers.
A Covington woman was found shot dead at an Elsmere intersection Thursday evening.
Paul Weckman and Emily Wolf have had their hands full even before the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted their popular restaurant businesses.
The City of Covington is expanding outdoor seating temporarily to assist seven restaurants and bars in the Roebling Point entertainment area and the central business district during this period of
UpTech, a start-up accelerator new technology-based enterprises, launched in Northern Kentucky with much enthusiasm, first settling in Newport and then arriving in Covington in 2013.
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