Allen Messer and his hair salon, Allan at Title Waves, has been a mainstay in Covington for 25 years, and to celebrate the anniversary, Messer is cutting hair for $10.
In what at first may just look like an old warehouse, a new cutting-edge training facility has opened in Covington and it has something for every demographic.
Think people are just a little bit excited about Braxton Brewery opening in Covington?
Corrected real estate bills are on their way out to 800 Covington property owners after incorrect bills had been sent previously. An additional 400 corrected bills are being processed.
The revised guidelines for historic preservation practices in Covington were among the winners at the fiftieth annual meeting of the Cincinnati Preservation Association.
The suspended Covington attorney sent away to prison on tax charges has told The River City News that he will fight the City of Covington's effort to take his riverfront property by eminen
Editors of three national economic development trade magazines along with members of the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development, were led on an “Innovation in NKY” tour through Covington on Tues
Gateway Community & Technical College is in good company Tuesday as the United States Department of Education announced 24 institutions that received grant funds through the First In The World
Brad McCombs walks the banks of the Ohio River, taking in the scenery.
Boats pass by and the Schiff Professor of Art in the Department of Visual Arts connects to the soul of the river.
The historic Bavarian Brewery Building in Covington may not be much longer for this world.
At the end of Oakland Avenue in Covington's Wallace Woods neighborhood rests a concrete turn-around spot surrounded by grass and trees.
The tenth annual Art Off Pike in Downtown Covington brought in hundreds of visitors to check out art, photography, food, drink, dance, theatre, and more.
A Covington Police Sergeant was injured in a downtown crash Saturday afternoon.