The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge between Covington and Cincinnati is scheduled for a routine inspection next week, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced.
The entrance ramp from Dixie Highway to northbound Interstate 71/75 will close on Sunday night for one week as the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet continues its pavement improvement project on the
This article has been corrected to reflect the proper route of the Mountain Parkway.
Families that include school children in Covington and need a computer can now register for a free one as part of the $2.5 million Covington Connect program, launched earlier this summer to aid in
The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission (NKCAC) received a grant that nearly totals $1 million, Senator Mitch McConnell announced on Wednesday.
The City of Covington officially took possession of the former Internal Revenue Service site and now moves towards its redevelopment plan.
Libby's Southern Comfort, a popular new-ish bistro in downtown Covington, recently opened a new patio at its Eighth Street location.
A small protest took place Thursday outside the United States Courthouse in Covington on Thursday in response to a legal effort to reopen eviction proceedings in Kentucky.
The Diocese of Covington released on Friday the names of priests, sisters, deacons, and lay employees facing now substantiated accusations of sexually abusing a minor or minors
Riverfest appears to be officially canceled after the City of Cincinnati announced Friday that it would not allow gatherings, beer sales, or fireworks on the riverfront due to the COVID-19 pandemic
The City of Covington is restricting parking int he Licking Riverside neighborhood citing large crowds gathering late at night along Riverside Drive and in and around George Rogers Clark Park.
From the City of Covington:
Covington and Bellevue announced Friday that they are pulling out of participation of this year's Riverfest, joining Newport which announced its withdrawal last week.
The Covington board of education approved its reopening plan for Covington Independent Public Schools on Thursday night, giving the OK to a hybrid model to offer in-person a
The following op-ed is written by Covington Mayor Joe Meyer.