The Bank of Kentucky has a new customer: The City of Covington.
Mainstrasse Village's Original Goettafest is back this weekend.
Annual Italianfest Mayor's Bocci Ball Tournament is Wednesday at Pompilio's in Newport.
Using its own analysis of data released earlier this year, the website Nerd Wallet ranked Covington among the top ten most affordable places to live in the country.
In one of the largest real estate transactions in Northern Kentucky history, a Covington office building has been sold.
Yellow Springs, Ohio is a perfect destination for a day trip getaway.
When Alvin Garrison arrived last summer as the new superintendent of Covington Independent Public Schools, he was armed with a lofty goal.
Give Back Cincinnati brought roughly 1,100 volunteers to Latonia for the young professional organization's thirteenth annual Paint The Town event.
Two planters stolen from the Helentown neighborhood were recovered by neighbors and Covington Police on Saturday afternoon, less than a day after they were stolen.
The Holmes High School Class of 2014 graduated on Friday evening with $2.1 million in scholarship money.
Another round of planter vandalism has hit a second Covington neighborhood.
The Hotel Covington will not receive New Market Tax Credits this year, funding that was presented to the public to be the final step before construction begins on the more than $25 million project