Written by Jerod Theobald and Michael Monks
Behringer- Crawford Museum (BCM) in Devou Park is now accepting nominations and applications for the third annual Two-Headed Calf Awards, designed to recognize Northern Kentuckians for significant
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce expressed its support for Covington's interests in a presentation to the city commission on Tuesday night.
Disclosure: The River City News editor & publisher Michael Monks is an appointed member of the Covington Human Rights Commission.
Eastside resident Michael Brosmore will run for the Covington City Commission.
Who's responsible for the collapse of a retaining wall at the Caroline Underpass in Latonia?
Julia Allegrini, branch manager at the Kenton County Public Library in Covington, was named as one of ten librarians from across the nation recognized for service to their communities, schools, and
UPDATE (Wednesday 7:25 a.m.) The city commission approved the demolitions at an increased cost of $710,000 on Tuesday night.
Former Covington Police Lieutenant Danny Jackson has filed his papers to run for city commission in 2014.
This column is written by Ken Rechtin, Interim Executive Director of Senior Services of Northern Kentucky.
Law enforcement officers from nine agencies across the state graduated today from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training.
The Covington City Commission will have its final meeting of 2013 on Tuesday, its third in the new City Hall on Pike Street.
Disclosure: The River City News Editor & Publisher Michael Monks is a member of The Awesome Collective of Covington.
The first of five homes to be promoted as "Shotgun Row" in Covington's Westside neighborhood was opened to the public on Friday evening.