The Holmes High School Class of 2014 graduated on Friday evening with $2.1 million in scholarship money.
Another round of planter vandalism has hit a second Covington neighborhood.
The Hotel Covington will not receive New Market Tax Credits this year, funding that was presented to the public to be the final step before construction begins on the more than $25 million project
Covington Police Chief Spike Jones vows to increase stops in Peaselburg and to enforce the city's teen curfew more rigidly after multiple planters were vandalized for the second straight year in th
The National Main Street Center (NMSC) has announced that 22 Kentucky Main Street Program (KYMS) communities have achieved national accreditation, up from 17 in 2013.
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.