Covington Independent Public Schools Superintendent Lynda Jackson has sent out her weekly Monday Morning Message which you will see below:
Congratulations to disabilities advoctate Marie Braun for being reappointed to the Kentucky Development Disabilities Council.
Here is how the event is described by organizers:
The free annual event that transforms Mainstrasse's Sixth Street Promenade into a kid-centric world for all to enjoy expects hundreds of visitors, mostly children clad in their favorite magical cos
He was a fixture of Clifton and Covington, seen for years taking his artistic talent to the arms and legs of folks in desire of some permanent ink.
Donna Salyers' Fabulous Furs just got some more really great national press. The retailer is featured in the November edition of O - The Oprah Magazine. Salyers writes on her blog:
Covington residents and extraordinary philanthropists Oakley and Eva Farris are profiled in the latest edition of Northern Magazine, the campus-based glossy periodical at Northern Kentucky
Students at Latonia Elementary used their fifth grade service learning project to gather donations for the American men and women stationed overseas.
Pharo Wilson, the man accused of shooting at four Covington Police officers last Friday has been indicted by a Kenton County Grand Jury.
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.