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
The Licking River Greenway & Trails asked for graffiti artists to share their work on a specific canvas, and the call was answered.
UPDATE: The bridge reopened Monday afternoon.
The City of Covington hopes to acquire the old incinerator in Devou Park that belongs to the City of Ludlow.
Renaissance Covington celebrated a successful holiday shopping initiative on Saturday.
Copper thieves made off with pipes from the home at 222 Berry Street in Covington's Westside neighborhood.
The damage left the basement flooded.
UPDATE: An arrest has been made in connection to this crash.
A commercial truck smashed into the bridge on Scott Boulevard at Seventeenth Street on Friday evening.
The accident happened at around 4:30 p.m.
A man pleaded guilty Friday in the shooting death of a teen in Covington.
The City of Covington had planned to add another assistant city solicitor to the legal department but the title was changed Tuesday following a complaint from City Commissioner Michelle Williams.
Excerpt from Northen Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Press Release:
The Covington Police Department is testing for potential new officers, Chief Spike Jones said Thursday.
The deadline to apply is Friday, January 17 at 4 p.m.
A record sixteen co-sponsors have signed on to Kentucky's House Bill 171, known as the Statewide Fairness Bill, the Fairness Campaign announced Thursday.
Two high-profile Covington developments have yet to secure their full financing and were the subject of discussion at Tuesday night's city commission meeting.
CitiLogics, an innovation-driven engineering technology start-up firm, announced that it has been awarded a Phase One, $150,000 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) matching grant from Kentuck