The Law Offices of Christopher L. Jackson announced last week that it will relocate back to its previous home at 713 Scott Blvd.
Jacob Noe was sworn in as a Covington Police officer on Tuesday.
A man was found dead in a stairwell Sunday night in Covington.
Police responded to 1526 Wheeler Avenue after receiving a report of someone not breathing.
An additional 124 Wi-Fi access points (or, hotspots) are being installed across the city as part of the Covington Connect initiative, announced last summer to better connect local students to the i
The City of Covington announced that its grant program to help businesses during the pandemic has ended with all the funds exhausted.
The Friends of Covington announced the recipients of its inaugural holiday decoration competition.
A civil rights leader who started his work at age 14 and has continued it for more than six decades will be the guest speaker on Monday as four Kenton County cities come together for a virtual cele
Covington Independent Public Schools will remain on an all-virtual learning calendar due to the number of staff under COVID-19-related quarantine.
The Victorian at Riverside Residence for Senior Women announced the addition of Carole Campbell Williams as a new trustee for the 135-year old Covington-based organization.
Adams Law, a Covington-based law firm, announced the addition of two new associate attorneys.
The City of Covington approved an incentive package this week to secure Protective Life Corp.'s move to RiverCenter I.
Covington-based CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services announced Wednesday that its research site was one of the top enrolling sites for the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 phase three trial.
There is a new "Little Free Library" in Covington at the Carnegie.
Packaging company 3D Corrugated has new ownership and a new location.