A home at 321 Bond Street in the western Covington neighborhood of Botany Hills was badly burned Friday evening shortly after 7:00 p.m.
From the Housing Authority of Covington:
This year's "Great American Cleanup" is April 27 and Covington's effort will hit the planning stage Saturday, March 2.
The Covington Farmers Market has yet to hit its stride but it's hoping for greater success in 2013.
A man wept inside the Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky after students from Covington Catholic High School and Notre Dame Academy presented a check worth $2,405 Thursday morning.
The City of Covington extended its contract with CSI Waste Service for two years, a move that will see a reduction in the scheduled rate increases, new trash receptacles Downtown, and recycling tot
A new marketing campaign will highlight available facilities for businesses that may locate in Northern Kentucky.
Holmes and Scott advance in boys basketball tournaments; Private financing for Brent Spence Bridge project may not happen any time soon; Liberal group accused of sending racist tweets about Sen.
From Senior Services of Northern Kentucky:
A new insurance scam that has been widespread across the state is being reported in Northern Kentucky.
More and more indigent people are dying and counties are footing the bills; Enquirer reporter dies after collapsing in the newsroom; Bill would give Gov. Beshear an extra year in office;
Rain and snow are fixtures of the forecast for the next few days, though temperatures should remain above or around freezing, according to the National Weather Service.
Europa Bistro, the small international-flavor cafe known for its signature gelato, will be moving from its home on Main Street in Mainstrasse Village to a larger space at RiverCenter.
You can learn about Covington's "mystery businesses" this week at the monthly luncheon hosted by the Covington Business Council.