Cincy Sundaes hosted its second ice cream social at Covington Arts on Sunday where four organizations or events seeking funding made their pitch to the crowd who would later vote on where the money
The 45th annual Duveneck Memorial Art Show took place in and around George Rogers Clark Park in Covington's Licking Riverside neighborhood on Mother's Day.
The spirit and assassination of Kentucky Governor and Covington native William Goebel were celebrated and recreated during a first-time event sponsored by The Awesome Collective of Covington in Feb
US Senator Mitch McConnell and Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes will bring their respective Senate campaigns to Covington in the coming days.
The candidates for Covington City Commission have responded to an election survey produced by Kentuckians for the Commonwealth (KFTC).
The anonymous group of charitable givers collectively known as CovingTen have announced the first pair of recipients of its funding.
A busy weekend in Covington got off to a fun start on Friday with art openings at Covington Arts and Shrewdness of Apes, an annual plant sale at Trinity Episcopal Chuch, a trunk show at flow - a sh
Gateway Community & Technical College now has a mostly new board of directors following appointments made by Governor Steve Beshear on Friday.
As the race for Kenton County Judge-Executive steals a great deal of attention leading up to the May 20 Republican primary, so should the campaigns to fill the three Kenton County Commission seats
102 seniors at Holmes High School signed with colleges or a branch of the military this week.
The Kentucky Cabinet for Health & Family Services may soon have a new home in Latonia for the local offices currently hosted in Downtown Covington.
The City of Covington has closed on the sale of the Mutual Building, making way for the long vacant structure's redevelopment as a luxury apartment and office/retail site.
Kenton County Commissioner Kris Knochelmann scored the endorsement of the Cincinnati Enquirer on Thursday in his bid to unseat Judge-Executive Steve Arlinghaus.
UpTech, the Northern Kentucky business accelerator program based in Covington that specializes in support for informatics-based start-ups, announced Wednesday that it is now accepting applications
UPDATE: Judge Summe sentenced Wilson to 70 years in prison. He will have to serve 20 years before being eligible for parole.