Former Covington Finance Director Bob Due is headed to prison after hearing his sentence on Thursday from Kenton County Judge Gregory Bartlett.
In a repeat of last year's assault on Peaselburg's beautification efforts, some of the Covington neighborhood's planters have been destroyed again.
It has had years of success in Dayton but Buona Vita's second location in Downtown Covington is now closed.
One of Covington's newest murals is no more.
What good is the all the upcoming, ambitious development when a short walk on just a few city blocks in Downtown Covington is like a sad dance in a giant ashtray?
The Northern Kentucky Area Development District was awarded $600,000 in Brownfield grant money from the US Environmental Protection Agency and will partner with the Cities of Covington and Newport
A former candidate for Covington City Commission and consistent online advocate for HIV awareness in Northern Kentucky has passed away.
Michael Connett, 59, died at his home on Friday.
Inside an old laundromat space on Fifth Street in Downtown Covington, a special part of the Covington Police Department is housed.
The Northern Kentucky Incubator Kitchen hosted its second open house since opening in the basement of the Senior Services of Northern Kentucky building.
Emmert Earls remains in the Kenton County Detention Center on a $50,000 cash bond after appearing in court this week.
The Center for Great Neighborhoods (CGN) awarded 16 mini-grants this year, totaling $34,000, from the Neighborhood Min
Trinity Episcopal Church in Downtown Covington will host the first same-sex blessing in the Diocese of Lexington next week.