The Point/Arc Zembrodt Education Center (ZEC) named Laura Gentry as social communication instructor.
Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center's annual fundraiser Twilight in the Gardens is poised to return for two nights next month.
Three Northern Kentucky Kroger locations are participating in the Cincinnati-based grocery giant's new partnership with Google Maps.
Demolition on the former Kenton County Government Building at 303 Court Street in Covington is underway.
A Northern Kentucky law firm was recognized by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce as part of its COVID Stops Here campaign.
A group of well-known local developers are expected to be awarded bids to develop five vacant properties in Covington's Westside neighborhood, near where nearly a dozen other parcels are also poise
The Holmes Bulldogs football team welcomed the Lloyd Juggernauts to Covington on Friday for a pre-season scrimmage.
Holmes finished last year's season with a 7-3 record in Class 4A.
After the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancelation of last year's event, the annual Old Timers Reunion returned to Covington's Eastside neighborhood over the weekend.
From the City of Covington
Governor Andy Beshear is scheduled to appear in Covington later this month.
A rooftop restaurant in downtown Covington, an old grain factory in Newport's transformation to a restaurant, an historic Dayton building, and the old St.
The swift emergency repairs to the Brent Spence Bridge late last year after a fiery truck crash shut it down for weeks has been honored with a national award.
Two Covington law firms announced their merger on Thursday.
Gatlin Voelker Law Firm PLLC joined with Bonar, Bucher and Rankin PSC.
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After asking for an additional week to review the situation, following significant pushback from some neighbors, the Covington city commission last week gave unanimous approval to the Center for Gr