Linden Grove Cemetery in Covington is hoping to raise $250,000 in a newly launched capital campaign.
The Licking River Greenway & Trails is an ambitious outdoor recreational trail that currently extends from Holmes High School to Randolph Park.
The people have spoken and Kentucky's top two favorite buildings are both located in Covington.
UPDATE (Sunday 12:45 p.m.): Motch Jewelers Chairman David Motch has issued a statement regarding the break-in via Facebook.
Police in Wilder are looking for a man and a woman who may be in Latonia.
A Villa Hills man and his fiancee are behind bars this week, accused of stealing from multiple homes on the real estate market.
The Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky is celebrating the fact that it raised more than $100,000 for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
More than 2,000 families and individuals from the local community enjoyed a Christmas meal at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington on Wednesday.
Here is a look at what's making headlines around Covington and around Kentucky on Christmas:
MAN GOES HOMELESS TO RAISE AWARENESS
The Emergency Shelter has helped more than two hundred men in providing them a place to stay during the winter, the shelter's Facebook page said.
The Kenton County School District and The Carnegie have been added to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Partners in Education Program.
From the City of Covington:
UPDATE (Tuesday 7:30 a.m.): Chief Spike Jones sent out a video message thanking the community and officers:
The Awesome Collective of Covington premiered its 20-minute film "Index of Awesome" at a big event at The Carnegie on Friday night.