A crumbling and sinking piece of road in Covington will be closed and repaired next week.
The lessons of urban archaeology in Covington will be presented as part of the next online NKY History Hour presented by the Behringer-Crawford Museum.
The City of Covington is giving $367,720 to Welcome House of Northern Kentucky to help it operate a temporary shelter designed to help homeless individuals not only survive the winter but also find
Three projects and initiatives in Covington and Ludlow received funding Tuesday from the 2020 Urban Revitalization grant program from Duke Energy.
Evan Rouse, the co-founder and CPO of Covington-based Braxton Brewing Company, was named to Forbes magazine's 30 under 30 list.
The City of Covington's plans to see a redevelopment of the former Internal Revenue Service site near the riverfront will be considered this week at the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Author
Covington Independent Public Schools is now what is referred to as a one-to-one district, meaning that there is an electronic device/computer available to each student within the system.
The City of Covington's score on the Municipal Equality Index increased two points, making it the second highest-scoring city in Kentucky in ratings released by the Human Rights Campaign, the natio
The City of Covington officially adopted a new name for the blocks surrounding its iconic Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption.
Covington has brought its animal control ordinance more in line with regulations adopted by Kenton County for its Animal Services office.
The Brent Spence Bridge is still scheduled to reopen on December 23, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Secretary Jim Gray said Wednesday.
A Covington woman was arrested Tuesday on a felony charge of possessing or viewing matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor.
The City of Covington is offering the opportunity to recycle unusable Christmas lights instead of throwing them away thanks to a partnership among the City of Covington, Cohen Recycling, and Keep C
Covington residents can pick up cleaning and hygiene supplies related to COVID-19 on Saturday as part of the second distribution program offered by Be Concerned: The People's Pantry.
The annual Northern Kentucky Christmas Day dinner that usually hosts around 2,000 adults and children is moving to a smaller venue this year due to COVID-19.