368 cases of flu have been confirmed in Northern Kentucky through December 28, a number much higher than last year's entire flu season in which 284 cases were confirmed.
The Covington Business Council sent out an email Wednesday morning identifying some of its accomplishments over the past year in addition to informing its members that dues will be increased in 201
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SOUTH COVINGTON HOME LOST IN FIRE
Snow could begin falling as soon as Monday afternoon with a more definite forecast for the precipitation showing snow falling between 1:00 a.m.
From the Kenton County Public Library:
For the second day this week, Covington was covered in a blanket of snow and readers of The River City News shared plenty of beautiful photos of their view of the weather.
In a post on its Facebook page presumably made by owner/chef Gina Puopolo, Lime Taqueria, a restaurant on Main Street in Mainstrasse Village announced its permanent closure.
Emily Ball was a young teenager when she lured Travis White to a Covington apartment where he was brutally beaten to death by two men who were secretly awaiting his arrival.
Each week The River City News talks with Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders about his weekly e-newsletter that highlights who was sent to prison or got probation in the previ
This article is written by Ken Rechtin, interim director of Senior Services of Northern Kentucky, and it first appeared on that organization's website:
From Covington Independent Public Schools:
Here are additional notes from last week's Covington City Commission meeting:
DAN MATHEW HIRED AS FIRE CHIEF