A 10-year partnership between Gateway Community and Technical College and the Florence, Ky., site of financial services company Citihas received the prestigious national Bellwether Award for Workfo
The 50/50 Art Sale at Covington Arts was held on Friday night.
The exhibition, curated by Brian Harmon, featured fifty artists selling their work for exactly $50 apiece.
The Cities of Bellevue and Covington have been awarded grants from the Kentucky Heritgahe Council/State Historic Preservation Office.
The intersection of Eight Street and Madison Avenue in Downtown Covington is being managed by stop signs instead of traffic lights.
The City of Ludlow voted Thursday to sell its old trash incinerator in Devou Park.
Multiple blocks in Downtown Covington were swarmed by police late Friday morning and early afternoon after a suspect fled from police in Cincinnati.
According to the latest Cost of Living Index, Covington is among the ten least expensive American urban cities to live in.
His works and political positions are likely the cause of three suspicious fires at Jim Webb's homes.
One such fire cost him much of his original literary collection.
"I felt personally betrayed, the same way you'd feel if it was a spouse or close relative. You feel betrayed that they are in no way the person you worked with every day."
Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen on Thursday released the results of a special examination into the City of Covington's finances after the arrest of former Finance Director Bob Due last August.
A study released Wednesday shows that the use of tolls to fund the Brent Spence Bridge project would have little impact on traffic diversion.
Residents displaced by a wall collapse at the Caroline Underpass can move back in three of the four homes affected.
Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen will be in Covington on Thursday to release the findings of the special examination conducted by his office that looked into the city's financial operations following t
A student at Holmes High School was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon after bringing a handgun to campus.
Three men are behind bars after police caught them allegedly stealing beer from the Kroger in Newport.