Kenton County Commissioner Kris Knochelmann sat in the Crestview Hills Panera last June ready to make a move for the Judge-Executive's seat.
On the heels of a season that saw a doubling of its subscription base and a 70 percent growth in sales, The Carnegie is keeping its foot on the gas in 2014-15 with four audience-friendly production
A Covington Catholic senior has set a new record at the school for all-time number of service hours committed to the community.
The following editorial is written by Tony Webb, Board Chairman of the Japan America Society of Greater Cincinnati.
Earlier this month, Covington officials announced the sale of the historic Mutual building on Madison Avenue which sits at the most prominent intersection in the city’s downtown.
A planned Smart Car dealership that was to open in the retail space on the first floor of the Ascent luxury condo tower is now off the table, The River City News has exclusively learned.
COV200, Covington's bicentennial celebration, kicked off its year-long celebration on Thursday night at the Drees Pavilion in Devou Park.
The Northern Kentucky Police Memorial service was held on Thursday night in Covington.
The event was rescheduled after being rained out last week.
Former Covington finance director Bob Due was to be sentenced Thursday for embezzling $793,000 from the city coffers.
On the day that Covington Professional Firefighters Local 38 issued a safety alert over a lack of ladder trucks in the department, firefighters were dispatched to one of Covington's tallest buildin
Kenton County will have a new judge-executive next year.
Eight candidates advanced from a crowded field of thirteen in the Covington City Commission race on Tuesday night.
Those eight will compete for four seats in November.
The latest numbers from various Kenton County primary elections will be rolling in throughout the evening and will be updated here as soon as we get them.