BLDG bagged four ADDY Awards at Saturday night's celebration.
Congratulations are in order for four Covington Police officers who graduated from the police academy.
Spring is slowly but surely coming to Northern Kentucky and after a long winter of ice and snow, blossoming flowers are the perfect cure for cabin fever.
The Board of Directors at Sanitation District Number One unanimously approved a resolution last week urging the City of Covington to use newly awarded federal funds to mitigate its storm water issu
A fire early Saturday morning at a house where a motorcycle club hangs out is being investigated as an arson.
In the team's final game of the regular season before their defense of the regional title crown, the Holmes Bulldogs hoisted a new banner in the Field House.
The engine of a train derailed in Latonia on Saturday afternoon sending two people to the hospital and resulting in the evacuation of a pair of homes on Daniels Street.
A college student working with Welcome House was recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship to help her finish school.
Teens part of the Covington Youth Commission spent volunteer time this winter creating blankets for Project Linus, a national organization that distributes blankets to children.
Kevin Sumner spent four years at Covington Independent Public Schools as a teacher and then sixteen years as a Covington Police Officer.
Expect long delays at the Cut-in-the-Hill on Interstate 75 this weekend as state crews repair pavement.
In the last forty-eight hours, two high-profile Downtown Covington developments returned to the forefront of local conversation.
Kentucky State Auditor Adam Edelen returns to Covington on Thursday, one week after releasing the results of his office's examination of the city's finance department where former director Bob Due
"I'm very sorry this sad event took place in the first place."