UPDATE: The chemical spill from the Elk River in West Virginia is expected to make its way into the Cincinnati area at 9 p.m. when it should arrive at the Richard Miller Treatment Plant.
On Friday, Covington art gallery and boutique Shrewdness of Apes hosted an opening reception for their first exhibit of the New Year, The Clumsy Bohemoth, by local artist and gallery co-ow
The Mike Fink floating restaurant departed Covington's riverfront Monday afternoon and is now docked at Newport.
UPDATE (4:10 p.m.): The vehicle that crashed near Holmes High School sending a teen to the hospital struck a Covington Police cruiser before hitting the rock retaining wall at 30 E
The Licking River Greenway & Trails asked for graffiti artists to share their work on a specific canvas, and the call was answered.
UPDATE: The bridge reopened Monday afternoon.
The City of Covington hopes to acquire the old incinerator in Devou Park that belongs to the City of Ludlow.
Renaissance Covington celebrated a successful holiday shopping initiative on Saturday.
Copper thieves made off with pipes from the home at 222 Berry Street in Covington's Westside neighborhood.
The damage left the basement flooded.
UPDATE: An arrest has been made in connection to this crash.
A commercial truck smashed into the bridge on Scott Boulevard at Seventeenth Street on Friday evening.
The accident happened at around 4:30 p.m.
A man pleaded guilty Friday in the shooting death of a teen in Covington.
The City of Covington had planned to add another assistant city solicitor to the legal department but the title was changed Tuesday following a complaint from City Commissioner Michelle Williams.
Excerpt from Northen Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Press Release:
The Covington Police Department is testing for potential new officers, Chief Spike Jones said Thursday.
The deadline to apply is Friday, January 17 at 4 p.m.