The debate over how public libraries are funded drew a packed crowd to the chambers of the Campbell County Fiscal Court in Newport on Wednesday.
A beautiful weekend is shaping up in the Northern Kentucky River Cities courtesy of an attractive fall-like forecast and plenty of activities.
The American Institute of Architects - Kentucky (AIA) and Kentucky Education Television (KET) have assembled a list of the top fifty favorite buildings in the Commonwealth.
The Covington City Commission met for its regular legislative meeting on Tuesday. Here are the highlights:
New Director of the Department of Public Improvements Hired
Written by Michael Monks, editor & publisher of The River City News
It's all because I thought I might like to have a cream puff on Sunday.
Covington residents hoping to be reimbursed some or all of the costs of damages suffered during two mid-summer flood events will not be getting any money from Sanitation District 1.
The longtime owner of Linden Noll Gift Haus was remembered during the official keg-tapping ceremony for the 35th annual Oktoberfest in Covington's Mainstrasse Village.
The Bradford Building sits in a state of neglect at the corner of Fourth Street & Scott Boulevard but it's in better shape than it looks, according to a Covington-based architect.
Several paving projects are underway in Covington. Here is an update from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet:
What's old is new again on Greenup Street in Covington's Roebling Point Entertainment District.