This article appears courtesy of RCN partner KY Forward and is written by Owen Sutton.
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From the Welcome House of Northern Kentucky:
THE TRUE SPIRIT OF THE HOLIDAYS
A father and his two daughters have each written a book and the trio of family authors will be signing them in Newport at the Southgate Revival House Sunday.
A man already convicted of kidnapping a 76-year old woman from the Crestview Hills Towne Center and tying her to a tree near the Great Miami River, was convicted Friday of robbing a Covington bank
The massive building on the corner of Fifth and Garrard Streets in Covington could become a home again.
A long vacant building at the triangular intersection of Pike & Eighth Streets will become home to fifteen apartments.
Covington is awesome.
Two months after the announcement that the Salyers Group would be developing City Hall into The Hotel Covington comes news that the family-owned business will also be developing the long vacant upp
The Ludlow Theater is one of six sites recommended for the National Register of Historic Places by the Kentucky Historic Preservation Review Board this week.
"I'm proud of what this group has accomplished," Mayor Chuck Scheper said at the end of the final regular Covington City Commission meeting that he will preside over.
Four Northern Kentucky elementary schools have received additional funds through a grant from the Northern Kentucky Education Council.
A new Cat in the Hat Christmas tree now stands in the James E.