115 new jobs are part of a $57 million investment by Newly Weds Foods in Boone County.
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CITIZENS SHOW CONCERN OVER BRENT SPENCE, PENSIONS
The Kentucky Probation Department is looking for a woman that they believe may be in the area of Main Street in Covington.
Two men serving prison time in Lexington for crimes they committed in Kenton County have been re-arrested after escaping the Blackburn Correctional Complex.
Groundhog predicts early spring; Holmes beats Highlands and improves to 24-0; A Kenton Co.
The National Weather Service has updated its forecast for Saturday to indicate that two to four inches of snow may accumulate on Saturday in the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati region.
State funding for domestic violence shelters has been decreased in recent years but Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear, wife of Governor Steve Beshear, devised a plan four years ago to help out.
This story originally appeared at RCN on January 25. The game is tonight (Friday, February 1) and fans should show up wearing white. Go Bulldogs!
A change in the way impounded cars are handled in Covington will take the task off the hands of the city's police department.
A wind chill advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service Friday for Northern Kentucky with a warning that wind chill readings could be as low as minus-fifteen degrees, with the coldest
The Sunshine Review has scored the City of Covington's official website as having a "C-" grade based on its evaluation system.
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This column is written by Col Owens, Chairman of the Kenton County Democratic Party. The piece first appeared at KY Forward.
A 1980 master plan for Devou Park in Covington described its clubhouse as being in poor condition.