Renaissance Covington (RCov) announced a new community-based digital gift card.
The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra (KSO) continues its 27th summer series this coming weekend with a re-creation of the music of Spike Jones in a show titled, "Who Spiked the Symphony 3".
The City of Covington is seeking feedback on a forthcoming dog park, or possibly multiple dog parks.
A meeting is scheduled for August 4 at Goebel Park in Mainstrasse Village.
C-Forward, the Covington based information technology firm, announced the promotion of Todd Rohrer to supervisor.
Ripple Wine Bar's owners celebrated the opening of a new boutique retail wine and sundries shop.
This story has been corrected. The vehicle did not strike a home. Bullets allegedly fired from the vehicle struck the home, according to police. RCN regrets the error.
Cambridge Square Apartments in Covington is under new ownership and is set to undergo a $12 million renovation and modernization.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company returned to Linden Grove Cemetery and Arboretum in Covington on Saturday as part of its free Shakespeare in the Park program.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Kentucky donated two cars for the automotive technology program at Gateway Community & Technical College.
The final episode from the second season of Beyond the Curb: River City Living, a video series exploring urban living in Northern Kentucky's river cities and produced by the Catalytic Fun
Covington City Solicitor Michael Bartlett announced his resignation Tuesday night but noted that it is not related to other recent departures from City Hall, such as the resignations of City Manage
Covington Independent Schools announced Ellen Peach as the new principal at Glenn O. Swing Elementary.
Fidelity Investments announced Wednesday that it plans to hire nearly 600 people at its Covington campus, adding to the already hundreds of new hires since the beginning of 2020.
The Covington city commission on Tuesday night postponed action on a proposed development agreement with Covington-based Orleans Development and the Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington with
Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center announced its first public art show since the COVID-19 pandemic began.