There are now fifteen confirmed cases of coronavirus/COVID-19 in Northern Kentucky.
The Covington city commission offered generous incentives, grants, and loans to a variety of businesses and projects on Tuesday.
The Covington city commission meeting was full of important items that were breezily voted on or read in rapid succession, including incentives for businesses and development projects, a ban on con
The Covington city commission voted unanimously on Tuesday night to ban the practice known as conversion therapy on youth under the age of 18.
Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky launched a new fund to support Northern Kentuckians facing increased crises or needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Walton Mayor Gabe Brown did not mince words when posting in the Boone County Neighborhood Group on Facebook about COVID-19.
Here is what he posted:
The neighboring cities of Ludlow and Bromley have closed their city parks to the public amid the coronavirus/COVID-19 global pandemic and to continue the effort to encourage social distancing to sl
Non-essential employees at the City of Covington are now working from home.
In a news release, the city said that any resulting delays in service would not affect public safety responses.
The City of Newport announced Monday that it is closing its dog park, skate park, and all city playgrounds until fur
Northern Kentucky University is adjusting its timeline to begin virtual operations.
Kenton County now has five confirmed cases of coronavirus/COVID-19, the Northern Kentucky Health Department announced Sunday.
The 33-year old woman is at home in isolation.
Covington Mayor Joe Meyer declared a formal state of emergency in the City of Covington on Thursday morning, a legal maneuver that speeds the city's ability to take actions to protect the public an
Attendees of a Tichenor Middle School choir concert held March 10 at the Scheben Gymnasium are being informed that they have potentially been exposed to novel coronavirus/COVID-19.
The Diocese of Covington has suspended masses and sacraments amid the coronavirus/COVID-19 global pandemic.
This article has been corrected to include the right time that the fire took place. It was Tuesday afternoon, not Wednesday morning.