The City of Covington is looking to hire a consultant to assist in the crafting of a master plan related to public trees.
Covington has joined Newport in erecting flood gates as the Ohio River rises.
A junk removal company is set to open its first Northern Kentucky location in Covington.
A Junk King franchise will occupy the space at 609 Union Street in Latonia.
The 11th Street bridge in Covington, which spans above the CSX railroad tracks between Madison Avenue and Russell Street is set to be demolished, years after the project was first announced.
Deon West, a self-proclaimed “knucklehead” in his younger years, is a fighting entrepreneur who wants to help bullies change their ways.
Technicians from the Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources delivered 750 ten-inch (and larger) rainbow trout to the 3.8-acre Prisoners Lake in Devou Park late last week as part of it
Covington social activist Bennie Doggett will be recognized by the city on Friday as part of Black History Month.
Covington City Hall's lobby will reopen for public business on Monday after closing November 23 due to the pandemic.
It was previously closed from March 16 to July 6.
Work is set to begin on the facade of the former YMCA building in downtown Covington, which, along with a former historic bank building most recent used as a bookstore at Gateway Community and Tech
A Covington-based charity that helps people with car challenges was awarded a $15,000 grant from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.
The City of Covington is hoping to reopen its swimming pools this summer following last year's decision to keep them closed for the season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
More maintenance work is coming to the Brent Spence Bridge, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Friday.
Covington's Behringer-Crawford Museum is welcoming visitors back to its Devou Park building with its new exhibit dedicate to Negro League baseball.
From Covington Independent Public Schools.