The Riverfest Fireworks show sponsored by WEBN brought tens of thousands of people to the edge of the Ohio River in Cincinnati, Covington, Newport, and Bellevue.
Story Magazine, the relatively new seasonal publication dedicated to telling Kentucky's stories, made a visit to Covington recently where it profiled the Awesome Collective of Covington and the Por
The City of Covington has selected a vendor to provide new office furniture for its new City Hall.
The monthly charity event that had been hosted at or near John G. Carlisle School for roughly two decades will move to a new location.
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Each week The River City News talks with Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders about his weekly e-newsletter that highlights who was sent
A driver who fell asleep behind the wheel knocked out a utility pole on Decoursey Avenue just past 34th Street in Latonia on Thursday afternoon.
When a fire breaks out in Covington, the fire department is swift to respond.
But the brave firefighters are not the only ones rushing to the scene.
Covington residents whose property has fallen below code can now get help through the City's new Code Enforcement Hardship Repair Program.
Covington Arts is one of two Kentucky organizations among fifty-nine nationwide that will receive funding for creative placemaking projects through the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Our Tow
During a recent meeting of the Covington City Commission, City Solicitor and Assistant City Manager Frank Warnock said that his office had made some interesting discoveries while packing up for Cit
Four more Kentucky communities are joining the “Close the Deal” initiative, aimed at challenging high school seniors to pursue additional education after graduation.
A building that has vacant and blighted on East Eighth Street in Covington for more than a decade has been partially razed.
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