This is a follow-up to a March 12 report from the Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Office:
UPDATE (Monday): Photos from the unveiling of the time capsule inside the cornerstone have been added to the bottom of this post.
At The River City News you get More Covington News Than Any Other Source. Here's a look back at the week that was and all the headlines from your city:
The Awesome Collective of Covington is featured in an op-ed in the Sunday edition of the Cincinnati Enquirer.
The following people have been indicted on felony charges by the Kenton County Grand Jury. All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
The Harlem Globetrotters are coming to Northern Kentucky and one of the basketball tricksters will be paying a special visit to a Covington school.
State Senator Chris McDaniel, the Republican from Taylor Mill, just finished his first General Assembly session in Frankfort after being elected in November.
The Covington branch of the Kenton County Public Library will be closed for one week beginning on Monday, April 15 and will re-open to the public on Sunday, April 21.
This series highlights graduating seniors from Covington's Holmes High School and is written by staff members at Covington Independent Public Schools:
New sidewalks and the burying of utilities are part of a project underway on Madison Avenue in Downtown Covington.
New Apple iPads will be purchased for the Covington Police Department through the federal Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant.
A storm system moving across the United States will play a role in Covington and Northern Kentucky's weather over the next 36 - 48 hours.
The owner of Geez'l Pete's, the Madison Avenue restaurant that nearly two years ago, was set to close for good but some local musicians have stepped up in an effort to save the place.
Are you an entrepreneur in Covington? Would you like to be?
An event on Thursday and an online survey could prove to be useful.