The Pike Street Clinic for the Homeless will celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary on Monday with remarks from Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Michelle Kellar, Covington Mayor Sherry Carran, and Si
The Scottish Rites Temple sits prominently on a raised parcel of land on the 1500 block of Madison Avenue, directly south of Kroger.
Holmes High School will have a new principal next year.
Covington Independent Public Schools announced Wednesday that Scott A. Hornblower will replace Dennis Maines at the high school.
Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky are one of the first twelve communities identified today by US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker as a designated Manufacturing Community, part of the federal
Witnesses say he was heavily drinking and then drove his vehicle from Newport toward Erlanger, driving erratically and prompting calls to 911, before ultimately striking and killing a woman on Cres
The City of Covington reached a settlement with Bopper Properties associated with cost overrun at the new City Hall on Pike Street.
Standing tall and proud like the Carroll Chimes Bell Tower in Mainstrasse Village, Covington & Northern Kentucky continue to hold a substantial lead on Cincinnati in the Yahoo!
Revenues for the City of Covington are expected to remain flat for another year, City Manager Larry Klein said Tuesday afternoon.
The year's best preservation and restoration projects in Northern Kentucky's River Cities will be handed out Wednesday.
The annual Covington Memorial Day Parade weaved down Madison Avenue from Holmes High School to the Peaselburg neighborhood and ultimately to Linden Grove Cemetery on Monday afternoon.
The man who police identified as the gunman in Sunday's deadly shooting in the parking lot of the Latonia Dairy Queen had written a lengthy blog post accusing his victim and his children's mother o
Two men are dead are after a murder-suicide late Sunday afternoon in the parking lot of the Dairy Queen in Latonia.
UPDATE: This was a murder-suicide according to Covington Police.