"We’re bullish on the future of Covington. We think our city is on the cusp of something great. We look forward to demonstration of this in at least four projects a year."
The City of Covington is several steps closer to moving beyond the embezzlement that shook the foundation and confidence at City Hall.
Brooks Flooring of Fort Wright is once again hosting its famous Fish Fry every Friday during Lent.
At least twenty-three people have been arrested in Covington on drug-related charges, mostly involving heroin, Police Chief Spike Jones said Tuesday night.
Geoffrey S. Mearns, president of Northern Kentucky University, announced Tuesday that Katherine P. Frank has been named dean of the NKU College of Arts and Sciences.
Covington Police are investigating a shooting in City Heights.
The Northern Kentucky University Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement will host its 2014 Spring into Service on Saturday.
The candidates for Kenton County Circuit Court Judge, County Attorney, and Sheriff spoke to the Kenton County Republican Women's Club last week.
A tree planting workshop is scheduled in Covington as the city nears the next phase of work along Holman Avenue.
March had its moments as part of a brutal winter in the region but its final day on Monday will be close to perfect.
The Kentucky House gave final passage Friday to the so-called “snow days” bill that would give school districts until June 6 to make up instructional time lost due to this winter’s snow, ice, and c
Rima David is closing her 10-year old Rima's Diner in Crescent Springs to focus on her reopened and renamed Rima D's on Madison Avenue in Covington.
More than 350,000 Kentuckians are now enrolled in new healthcare coverage through kynect, the state's health care exchange created through the federal Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act (
A Covington Police officer wounded in the line of duty is the Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police's Officer of the Year.