Cincinnati Public Radio announced Thursday that Andy Ellis is the new classical music host at WGUC, the region's classical music station, and sister station to NPR member station WVXU.
This article has been updated to correct a reference to "six men" receiving an award. One of the recipients, Alex Weldon, is a woman.
Rick Davis will retire from the City of Covington as director of public works.
The news was announced at Tuesday night's city commission meeting.
Plans are underway to stabilize Western Avenue in Covington.
Covington's Mainstrasse Village has been home to the city's largest annual festivals for decades.
The Holmes Bulldogs kick off the official football season on Friday night at Boone County.
Last Friday, an intra-squad scrimmage gave fans a pre-season view of the team.
This story has been updated with the man's identity.
TiER1 Performance found itself on the Inc. 5000 list for the thirteenth year in a row, and the company noted that it was one of only a dozen across the country that can claim that.
A 13-year old faces charges after a van with a young child inside was stolen from Indiana Avenue in Latonia late Thursday afternoon.
C-Forward was founded by Brent Cooper in 1999 and four years later moved into a building at the corner of Fifth Street and Madison Avenue in downtown Covington.
The City of Covington announced the launch of its new "story map" on Wednesday.
The Little Caesars Love Kitchen will roll into Welcome House to provide fresh Little Caesars pizza meals for approximately 175 people in need on Wednesday.
Three buildings in Covington and Newport received funding from Duke Energy Urban Revitalization grants.
It didn't take long for the new restaurant space at the corner of Seventh and Washington streets in Covington to find its second tenant.
The Family Dollar on East 32nd Street in Latonia will have a fresh new look on Saturday.