A pair of Aveda Salons are celebrating Earth Month in the Northern Kentucky River Cities.
Covington Police launched a massive operation on Thursday afternoon in pursuit of sixty suspected drug traffickers mostly dealing in heroin.
Pike Street in Downtown Covington will shut down and become a pop-up wiffle ball stadium on Friday, March 28 as part of an art event inspired by the Cincinnati Reds' Opening Day celebrations.
The Kentucky Senate Transportation Committee approved a measure Wednesday that would provide oversight and regulations to public-private partnerships, so-called P3s, in the Commonwealth.
Kenton County Jailer Terry Carl takes exception to a recent characterization by Judge-Executive Steve Arlinghaus related to overtime costs at the county jail.
G. Edward Hughes, president and chief executive officer of Gateway Community and Technical College, has received the Trailblazer Award from the Dan Beard Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Though five players take the court for a basketball team, Covington Catholic is blessed with a "sixth man" in the stands in the form of the "Cov Cath Crazies".
More than $200,000 was raised for the Life Learning Center, the Covington-based organization that helps people who have faced past troubles get a second chance at education and employment opportuni
Wendy Kay Schindler, coordinator of orientation at Gateway Community and Technical College, has been elected chair of the LGBTQA Advising and Advocacy Commission of the National Academic Advising A
Moody's, the national credit rating agency, has downgraded the City of Covington's credit rating from from A2 to Baa1.
In an epic, overtime thriller of a state-championship game, Covington Catholic outlasted Scott County, 59-51, to win the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys Basketball Sweet Sixteen State Tournament for the f
The Covington Catholic Colonels are the 2014 Kentucky High School Athletic Association/Whitaker Bank Sweet 16 boys basketball champions, a first for the Park Hills school and its celebrated athleti
A man was arrested Sunday morning after allegedly driving drunk and hitting a Taylor Mill house's porch, according to police.
When Covington's population shrank dramatically in the 1960s and 1970s, some steadfast residents stayed firmly in place.
Or, so some believe.