The Optimist Club of Covington welcomes Covington Mayoral candidate and current City Commissioner Steve Casper to its first in a few speaker series at Chez Nora in Mainstrasse Village.
This statement from the Northern Kentucky Youth Foundation's executive director Ryan Courtade was provided to RCN following the publication of the story about Covington Independent Public Schools'
Speaker of the United States House of Representatives John Boehner will be in Covington on Friday to help raise money for Republican Congressional candidate Thomas Massie.
Like Covington, another NKY River City is dealing with an increase in heroin overdoses and the related crimes that come with frequent use of the drug.
The man who Covington Police say wielded a gun inside a residence late Monday night in Peaselburg turned himself in Tuesday morning in Newport and is now in the Kenton County Jail.
TK's Misfit Genius is a new graphic T-shirt, lifestyle brand that chose an unlikely location to match its name. Soapbox Cincinnati profiled the new business:
After an eight-day trial, a Campbell Circuit Court jury on Monday awarded a Union man $3.425 million, including punitive damages, against the Indiana Insurance Company for insurance bad faith.
The Covington School Board will continue to explore the possibility of drug-testing students involved in extracurricular activites and athletics, its members decided last Thursday.
Late Monday night a lot of police activity began to buzz around the corner of 21st & Russell Streets in Covington's Peaselburg neighborhood.
One of Covington's most family-friendly events returns to Mainstrasse Village on Saturday and organizer Sandi Stonebreaker of Stoney's All Things Princess & Fairy, the charming boutique on Sixt
It was a "long" and "stressful at times" ride on a motorcycle from Mackinac City, Michigan to Covington, Kentucky on Sunday but Phil Comar made it, and he did it without placing his hands on the ha
A man shot on the 200 block of East Tenth Street in Covington's Eastside Sunday night has died from his wounds at University Hospital in Cincinnati.
Writer Amy Brownlee has penned for Cincinnati Magazine a gripping, horrifying account of the 2009 murder of Travis White in Covington which led to the conviction of multiple individuals, including
The Covington Business Council welcomed five candidates for Covington City Commission to its monthly luncheon last Thursday.