The beloved Rodgers & Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music opens this weekend at The Carnegie in Covington.
The Kentucky State Auditor's Office will release the findings within its examination of the City of Covington's finances in early February.
Former Covington City Commissioner Jerry Bamberger announced his candidacy to return to the office on Wednesday.
The Covington Business Council (CBC) and its partner organization, the Urban Partnership (UP), which would oversee the proposed Business Improvement District in Downtown Covington, announced new of
Sixty year in prison is the recommendation of a Kenton County jury Tuesday night for the man who shot at three Covington Police officers, striking two of them, and wounding one in the foot.
A man is behind bars Tuesday night after allegedly firing a gun into the air.
Concerns about a suspicious package closed the TANK bus transit center and Kenton County Parking Garage in Downtown Covington on Tuesday afternoon.
UPDATE (10:06 a.m.): Power is restored after a little more than an hour without.
As the year 2015 approaches, it’s time to start thinking about Northern Kentucky’s next strategic plan.
UPDATE: The chemical spill from the Elk River in West Virginia is expected to make its way into the Cincinnati area at 9 p.m. when it should arrive at the Richard Miller Treatment Plant.
On Friday, Covington art gallery and boutique Shrewdness of Apes hosted an opening reception for their first exhibit of the New Year, The Clumsy Bohemoth, by local artist and gallery co-ow
The Mike Fink floating restaurant departed Covington's riverfront Monday afternoon and is now docked at Newport.
UPDATE (4:10 p.m.): The vehicle that crashed near Holmes High School sending a teen to the hospital struck a Covington Police cruiser before hitting the rock retaining wall at 30 E