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.
NKY Restoration Weekend drew preservation enthusiasts and those working on (or aspiring to work on) old, historic homes in and outside the area.
"A region is only as strong as its center so Covington needs to be strong. Places like Covington survive because of two things: business and people."
The Covington City Commission voted to proceed with design plans for a proposed events center in Devou Park.
Gateway Community and Technical College and the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science have signed an articulation agreement that will enable Gateway graduates to complete a bachelor’s degree at CC
The building that housed Chez Nora for three decades is on the market for a substantially lower price than announced when the restaurant closed its doors for good at the beginning of January.
A backhoe was destroyed early Wednesday morning when the flatbed truck it was on misjudged the clearance of the CSX railroad overpass at 17th Street and Scott Blvd. in Covington.
State Representative Arnold Simpson, a Democrat from Covington, is the target of a scathing editorial in the Cincinnati Enquirer on Wednesday after the long-serving legislator was successf
Covington Chief Jones is Keynote Speaker as 5 Northern Kentucky Officers Graduate from Executive Academy
Five from Northern Kentucky were among the twenty law enforcement executives from agencies across Kentucky that graduated Friday from the Criminal Justice Executive Development program, an advanced