A fundraiser will be held Tuesday evening at the home of Wayne & Fran Carlisle at Domaine de la Rive in Covington to benefit Democratic state representatives Arnold Simspon (Covington), Dennis
"I live here and I loved teaching and you can't love teaching without loving kids and I know that I'm 'mean' and 'everybody hates me' but there needs to be a watchdog group, whether good or bad peo
Stoney's All Things Princess & Fairy and Chez Nora in Mainstrasse Village will be the beneficiaries of the monthly effort of Cash Mob Northern Kentucky which will encourage its followers to bri
Paige Johnson has been missing since September 23, 2010 and since then police have logged more than five thousand hours working the case according to Covington Police Chief Spike Jones in a Cincinn
Though Kentucky voters added an amendment to its Constitution in 2004 forbidding same-sex marriage, poll results show an increase in support across the country for gay nuptials.
The Covington Rotary Club is seeking young professionals (ages 25 - 40) to apply for its four-week long Group Study Exchange which next February will send a few people to Grenoble, France.
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There will be several opportunities to hear from candidates running for Covington Mayor, City Commission, School Board, and State Senate, coming up over the next several weeks.
Of all the contentious votes and comments taken Tuesday night at Covington City Hall during its inordinately lengthy meeting, the most awkward occurred after the approval of cuts to the fire depart
Changes at City Hall approved by the Covington City Commission Tuesday night during a four-hour long meeting stretched beyond the fire department and code enforcement.
"We have to grow our way out of this situation by changing the way we do business here at City Hall," said Covington City Manager Larry Klein during a four-hour long meeting of the City Commission
Covington Independent Public Schools released this information Tuesday afternoon: