Legislation to criminalize a type of online harassment passed the state Senate on Monday by a 30-6 vote.
About four years ago, Chuck Patton sold the advertising company he founded and then went searching for his next opportunity.
Representatives of the project transforming the former downtown Covington YMCA and an adjacent building asked the Covington Board of Education to sign on as partners in the industrial revenue bonds
The Northern Kentucky International Festival announced that local college and university presidents will judge its food competition on March 14.
Calvary Christian School and Georgetown College announced Thursday a new tuition-match scholarship for students from the private Covington school who attend the college in Scott County.
Another jobs announcement for Covington was made Thursday.
A Covington-based company is expanding from its Fifth Street headquarters into the RiverCenter towers and plans to add 83 jobs in the process, the Office of Governor Andy Beshear announced on Thurs
Northern Kentucky's largest law firm is coming back to Covington, a city it moved from in 1983.
A plan to calm certain streets in Northern Kentucky now includes a contest for qualifying neighborhood groups that can win up to $50,000 in funding for the installation of street calming materials.
The Carnegie was awarded a $25,000 grant from the Helen G., Henry F., and Louise Tuechter Dornette Foundation to support its arts education programming for local children.
A powerful collection of elected officials, aviation and aerospace CEOs, higher education representatives, and more met in a Covington hotel for a roundtable discussion with NASA Administrator Jim
A new program to help entrepreneurs in Northern Kentucky is coming as part of a partnership between Renaissance Covington, the nonprofit downtown promotional organization, and Cincinnati-based-MORT
The Mardi Gras Parade returned to Covington's Mainstrasse Village on Saturday night.
RCN's Brian Frey produced these photos.
The Weber of Hub + Weber Architects is retiring and handing over the reins to new owner, Jim Guthrie.
When work resumes on permanent repairs to the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge between Covington and Cincinnati, it is expected to last nine months.