Three teams of students from Prince of Peace School in Covington qualified for the state competition after solid performances at Odyssey of the Mind regionals.
On Friday night, the team at Greenline Salon on 6th Street celebrated their one-year anniversary in Covington.
Covington Latin School hosted its Quo Vadis (Where are you going?) 5K walk & 10K run in Downtown Covington on Saturday.
Covington Latin School is hosting the Quo Vadis 5K & 10K race on Saturday.
A bill that would allow the use of public-private partnerships, or P3s, to finance major government projects in the Commonwealth has cleared the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee.
The City of Covington hired Lisa Desmarais on Tuesday as the new information technology and data manager at City Hall.
The Covington City Commission unanimously passed a resolution on Tuesday night endorsing the passage of House Bill 171, a piece of legislation before the General Assembly that aims to protect gays
The stage was set for a lengthy Covington City Commission meeting on Tuesday night.
For the first time, a proposed Kentucky law that would prohibit discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in employment, housing, and public accommodations will h
The agenda for Tuesday night's Covington City Commission is shorter than usual and includes no reference to the possible removal or resignation of City Manager Larry Klein, an issue that was addres
Some Covington residents received unusually high waste fee bills over the weekend. Some got lower than usual ones.
Fire destroyed a residence in Covington's Mutter Gottes neighborhood on Thursday and now friends of the victims are trying to raise $25,000 to help them.