If Saturday was perfect day weather-wise, what does that make Sunday?
A cloud service brokerage firm is moving to Covington from Boone County after scouring sites across Greater Cincinnati.
Saying that investments in the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) are too critical to ignore or delay, Gov.
Governor Steve Beshear vetoed House Bill 407 late Friday afternoon citing its ban of tolls to be used to finance the Brent Spence Bridge project.
Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) announced that Clifford A.
A block of abandoned and neglected shotgun-style houses is reborn in Covington thanks to the Center for Great Neighborhoods.
The Austinburg Neighborhood Association will host a town hall meeting next week for the purpose of discussing the region's heroin problem.
Father Hermes Park in Covington's Lewisburg neighborhood may soon be born anew.
A tower placed in Devou Park on the campus of the Children's Home of Northern Kentucky is supposed to result in annual lease payments to the home from the county, but no money has been paid since 2
Three former Kenton County Judges-Executive have endorsed County Commissioner Kris Knochelmann in his bid to unseat fellow Republican and incumbent Judge-Executive Steve Arlinghaus in the May 20 pr
Hours after a news report indicated that Campbell County leaders were planning to add heroin treatment at a to-be-expanded jail, Kenton County leaders discussed a similar option.
Dolls passed through generations of family members can become worn and weathered throughout the years but when a head falls off, a face gets dirty, or an original dress is ripped there is sanctuary
A third candidate has dropped out of the field for Covington City Commission.
G. Scot Jones announced his withdrawal from the race via his campaign Facebook page on Tuesday.
The Northern Kentucky Medical Reserve Corps provides citizens of both medical and non-medical backgrounds with a way to help their communities during a public health emergency.
Attracting a micro-brewery to the space currently occupied by Covington Arts and MKSK architects is proof that the arts can be an economic development driver for the city, Covington's arts manager