The discovery of a suspicious substance in a trash can forced the Covington Fire Department to evacuate Eureka Street in Latonia late Friday afternoon.
The Sandra Small Gallery (124 West Pike Street, Covington) will host bluegrass music group Ma Crow and the Lady Slippers on Friday night during a new series of event the once-closed gallery is host
This article was written by the executive board of the Fraternal Order of Police, Covington Lodge #1. It is published here as a contributed editorial.
The Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureau launched a new brand identity and website at its annual meeting in Downtown Covington on Thursday evening.
Bob Due did not live a lavish lifestyle during his fourteen year career as finance director for the City of Covington. He was not known for flashy suits, a nice car, or a sprawling home.
A wall collapsed late Wednesday night and forced the closure of Devou Drive at both ends, at Western Avenue and east of Montague.
The City of Covington has established an annual Business Recognition Program to acknowledge businesses in our community that have contributed to the city’s economic vitality and is seeking nominati
The organizers behind Cov200, Covington's Bicentennial Celebration which will recognize the city's 200th birthday in 2015, wants your Covington-related photos, documents, artifacts, and memorabilia
Candidates for Dayton City Council and Covington City Commission will appear at meet and greet nights in April.
The 21st annual Northern Kentucky Regional History Day will feature a broad range of topics ranging from the Civil War to Northern Kentucky ghost stories and just about everything in between.
A bill that would allow for a local option sales tax passed a Kentucky House of Representatives committee on Tuesday.
The Point Logo & Design Company will celebrate the official opening of its new location in Latonia next Wednesday, March 19.
Former Covington finance director Bob Due is scheduled to appear in a Kenton County courtroom on Thursday where he is expected to change his not guilty plea.
NKY Restoration Weekend returns to Covington on March 21 & 22 and the Kentucky Heritage Council will be on hand to launch the public phase of its strategic planning process as well as tools the