Last summer The River City News took readers on a photo tour of the Mutual Building, a large, prominent piece of architecture at Madison Avenue & Pike Street.
UPDATE (Thursday 3:00 p.m.): The Lincoln-Grant School building as well as the fourteen other nominees were approved by the Kentucky Historic Preservation Review Board and
Elmer Cleves graduated from Covington Catholic High School in 1944 and is giving back again seventy years later.
Covington Police are investigating a shooting that happened around 10 p.m. near Byrd & Wheeler Streets.
UPDATE (5:42 p.m): Photos of the damaged planters are now posted at the bottom of this article.
Words and photos by Michael Monks, editor & publisher of The River City News
The Ledger Independent in Maysville is reporting that Rick Ross is the new superintendent of Mason County Schools.
Students graduating from Gateway Community & Technical College in Covington next week will hear from Lieutenant Governor and former Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson who has agreed to deliver the
Nineteen more properties are slated to be razed as part of the City of Covington's effort to eliminate upwards of fifty vacant eyesores.
Northern Kentucky University will graduate more than 1,636 students in its largest commencement on Saturday, May 11.
Nine members of the Covington Fire Department received promotions Tuesday night at City Hall but the firefighters union expressed displeasure on Facebook about the lack of a promotion for a member
The River City News has limited information regarding an accident that took place Tuesday afternoon on 3-L Highway (KY-17) near Pioneer Park in South Covington.
810 Madison Avenue, previously known as the nightclub Kelly's Stable, was torn down Monday afternoon.
The following people have been indicted on felony charges by the Kenton County Grand Jury. All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.