The City of Covington awarded a contract Thursday to Radius Construct to perform the work of transforming a warehouse space into the new home of the city's public works department.
A grant to support literacy programs in Covington is bearing fruit, city officials said.
A Covington information technology (IT) firm announced a multi-million expansion on Thursday.
The Point/Arc's new Zembrodt Education Center officially opens in downtown Covington on Wednesday.
The City of Covington's public works department is working to create a map of homes dealing with flooded basements in the past.
The City of Covington is seeking feedback on the future of Austinburg Neighborhood Park.
Seventy people will have the opportunity to rappel down RiverCenter II, one of the twin skyscrapers along the Covington riverfront.
The music of "boy bands" will be featured in the Labor Day weekend concerts of the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra (KSO), but the song list will extend beyond the era with which we usually associate th
The City of Covington was named City Government of the Year by the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC).
Taste the Cov, a new Covington restaurant weekend, was announced Friday by Renaissance Covington (RCov) and the Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureau (meetNKY).
From Covington Independent Public Schools
Adams Law announced the addition of Elivia M. Rabe as an associate attorney at the Covington-based firm.
The historical marker honoring Jacob Price was taken down and placed in storage in 2015 as the housing projects named for him were to be razed and replaced by River's Edge at Eastside Pointe.