A man was arrested after being released from the hospital following a car chase in which his vehicle flipped, Kenton County Police said Tuesday morning.
A family-friendly scavenger hunt is planned in Northern Kentucky over Thanksgiving weekend.
The hunt will take players through five Covington neighborhoods to find clues in public art.
A Covington-based marketing firm announced its acquisition of a Seattle-based e-commerce agency.
The City of Covington's neighborhood grant program is accepting applications again.
The program has funded small projects across the city since it was created a year and a half ago.
With Kenton County now classified as being in the "red zone" in the state's color-coded coronavirus tracking system, averaging 25 or more daily COVID-19 cases per 100,000 population, the City of Co
A Covington community garden received $1,000 from Pure Farmland through the organization's Pure Growth Project, launched this year to ensure that community gardens and farms continue to grow, and t
The Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training (DOCJT) announced Thursday that twenty-eight law enforcement officers from agencies across the state have graduated the basic training academy.
The City of Covington is taking over responsibilities of repairing potholes and removing snow on fifteen miles of state-owned roads in the city.
The City of Covington adopted new measures for its human rights ordinance to forbid race-based hair discrimination that denies employment or educational opportunities because of hair texture, hairs
A new art exhibition opening in Covington showcases dozens of pieces from students across the local region who were unable to be featured last spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kentucky Career Centers in Covington and Florence will resume in-person career and employment services by appointment only in a limited capacity for the Brighton Center, Job Corps, and Goodwill
Covington Independent Public Schools plan to launch its own dashboard related to the COVID-19 pandemic so that students, families, and faculty and staff have daily information.
The City of Covington began its leaf pick-up efforts on Monday and will continue that work through December 22.
Two buildings in Covington are looking for new lives.
Libertarian Presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen brought her longshot campaign to Covington on Sunday.