A storm system moving across the United States will play a role in Covington and Northern Kentucky's weather over the next 36 - 48 hours.
The owner of Geez'l Pete's, the Madison Avenue restaurant that nearly two years ago, was set to close for good but some local musicians have stepped up in an effort to save the place.
Are you an entrepreneur in Covington? Would you like to be?
An event on Thursday and an online survey could prove to be useful.
Kenneth Hayden, Jr. was arrested by Covington Police just two days before his twenty-third birthday, accusing him of shoplifting condoms from the Speedway gas station on Fourth Street.
Temperatures will climb into the seventies on multiple days this week, and while the air will be warmer the ground may also be a little wetter and the skies a little grayer.
The Covington City Commission will meet Tuesday to vote on some issues. Here is a preview of the agenda, which is much shorter than some of the other ones recently:
Children born with cleft palette will get some help through an event Saturday at the Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center (620 Greenup Street, Covington).
The following people have been indicted on felony charges by the Kenton County Grand Jury. All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
From the City of Covington (which used excerpts from CityBeat's Best of Cincinnati issue, a link to which is found at the bottom of the post):
Warning: Some language is explicit in detailing the crimes committed
The Children’s Law Center in Covington received this week a $25,000 grant from the Josephine Schell Russell Charitable Trust, (PNC Bank, Trustee).
The Holmes High School Band and the Florence Community Band will perform a free concert together Thursday evening.
It may be late, but spring is here.
The forecast from the National Weather Service calls for highs in the mid to upper sixties under sunny skies this weekend.
The following is a round-up of news items from Covington City Hall compiled by Michael Monks, editor & publisher of The River City News.
UPDATE (Saturday 2:40 p.m.): Mains was located safely in Maysville, Kentucky.
ORIGINAL REPORT (Thursday):