Written by Michael Monks, editor & publisher of The River City News
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Cincinnati’s Hall of Fame disc jockey Jim LaBarbara wrote in his autobiography, The Music Professor, that “Big Joe McNay was bigger than life.
Sergeant Kevin Brady has retired from the Covington Police Department after a career that spanned twenty years.
The Covington City Commission accepted the resignation on Tuesday.
The following is a news release from the City of Covington:
Here is an update on this week's actions taken to address the recent flood damage in the City:
UPDATE: This letter was also posted on vehicles in the Licking Riverside Historic District. The contact number on the flyer is 1-800-488-1363.
A patron at Cock & Bull English Pub in Mainstrasse Village jumped into action when a woman's purse was stolen in the Covington neighborhood.
A message from Tom DiBello, executive director of the Center for Great Neighborhoods:
Continuing the tradition of recognizing Kentuckians, businesses and arts organizations for outstanding contributions, achievement in and support of the arts, the Kentucky Arts Council today announc
Three nominees have been announced to fill a vacant seat on the Court of Appeals, Sixth Appellate District, Division 1, which is made up of twenty-one counties in the Northern Kentucky area.
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 suspect is detained by Covington Police after shots were reported to have been fired near Nineteenth & Russell Streets.
Northern Kentucky attorney Eric Deters posted a video to his Facebook page documenting his being pulled over by a police officer in Kenton County.