It's Only Fair is moving from Newport's Monmouth Street to Covington's Mainstrasse Village.
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Some of the city-owned properties that are now vacant lots following a round of demolitions will be the topic of discussion at Covington City Hall on Tuesday night.
An old nineteenth century commercial building on Pike Street in Downtown Covington is just about completed as it gets a second life as a residential community.
The Covington City Commission voted on Friday to fire code enforcement supervisor Tony Weissman.
The shuttered Eleventh Street Bridge was a beehive of activity on Friday afternoon.
Gateway Community and Technical College is asking for the public’s input in a design workshop, or charrette, Thursday, February 13, that will help to determine the reuse of the First United Methodi
Congressman Thomas Massie said Thursday morning that there would be no federal funds available for the Brent Spence Bridge.
Covington's new brand identity was supposed to have been unveiled in November and December last year, according to the original plans announced in August.
"There's not a school district, including Covington, that couldn't improve their numbers," Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday said.
Former Northern Kentucky Congressman Geoff Davis has endorsed Kenton County Commissioner Kris Knochelmann in his bid to be the next Judge-Executive.
UPDATE (Thursday 4:30 p.m.): The Covington City Commission will meet on Friday to vote on Weissman's termination again. An executive session has been called for 1 p.m.
UPDATE (5:43 p.m.): It turns out that the resolution adopted by a 3-1 vote by the Covington City Commission did not contain language expressing opposition to tolls.