A record sixteen co-sponsors have signed on to Kentucky's House Bill 171, known as the Statewide Fairness Bill, the Fairness Campaign announced Thursday.
Two high-profile Covington developments have yet to secure their full financing and were the subject of discussion at Tuesday night's city commission meeting.
CitiLogics, an innovation-driven engineering technology start-up firm, announced that it has been awarded a Phase One, $150,000 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) matching grant from Kentuck
UPDATE (10:56 A.M.): Normal operations have resumed at the IRS facility.
A burger restaurant and bar that has operated on the 700 block of Covington's Pike Street since 1939 is now on the market.
The Covington City Commission will hold its first legislative meeting of 2014 on Tuesday and the agenda features a few significant developments.
Here is a preview of what to expect:
Family members are looking for a teen girl from Covington, missing since December 21 or 22.
Fire damaged a home in Covington's Austinburg neighborhood late Sunday night.
Flames broke out in the attic at the home at 517 Delmar Place before spreading to the roof.
The Covington Police Department gathered overnight at the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge and at the Northern Kentucky Police Memorial to remember Officer Michael Partin, who died in the line of duty in 19
UPDATE (Sunday): The proposed Smart Car & Smart Bike dealership would be owned by Bernie Moreno, owner of the new Ft.
The Cincinnati Art Museum features a loving tribute to Covington's arts scene in its newest edition of the quarterly Members Magazine.
UPDATE (Friday): Vaughan pleaded not guilty in a Kenton County courtroom Friday.
ORIGINAL POST (Thursday):