The City of Covington is taking steps to boost restaurants as additional outdoor seating will be permitted on a temporary basis starting Friday.
The City of Covington is poised to purchase 1730 Russell Street, a sprawling building and property that spans roughly 3.68 acres. It will become the home of the city's public works department.
The Covington city commission approved a plan last week to borrow the necessary funds to purchase the former site of the city's IRS processing center, which closed and vacated the premises.
Hotel Covington and its Coppin's Restaurant & Bar are set to resume operations on Friday.
The Covington city commission approved a contract on Tuesday to move forward with a plan to alleviate flooding in the Peaselburg neighborhood.
The Covington city commission approved a plan to borrow the money needed to buy the former IRS flattop site near the city's riverfront on Tuesday night.
A 19-year old man was shot Saturday afternoon in Covington.
The Anchor Grill saw its west-facing wall, and the large mural painted on it, heavily damaged Friday when a car crashed into the side of the building.
A new backdrop hanging at Gateway Community & Technical College's Urban Metro Campus in Covington was created as a photo opportunity for graduating seniors.
The City of Covington has canceled its annual Memorial Day parade.
Mayor Joe Meyer signed an executive order on the cancellation this week.
The former Value City and Burlington store locations in the Latonia Plaza II will be renovated to house two rapidly growing and related firms.
The man convicted in the fatal stabbing of another in Covington was sentenced to twenty years in prison, Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders announced Tuesday.
The Behringer-Crawford Museum is working on a project to document life in Northern Kentucky during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The following op-ed is written by Covington Mayor Joe Meyer