Covington-based Children, Inc was one of ten organizations surprised recently by a $50,000 grant from the Andrew Jergens Foundation, which celebrated its fiftieth anniversary by awarding ten $50,00
UPDATE (Monday 10:15AM): Covington Police tell The River City News that no arrest has been made yet in connection to this Sunday morning robbery.
The Bluegrass Institute, a Lexington-based conservative think-tank, has spent the past week dissecting the results of K-PREP, Kentucky's new standardized test, the results of which were released ni
'Tis the season for pumpkin pie and two Cincinnati favorites love to wage a friendly war against each other this time of year. Who has the better pumpkin pie: Frisch's Big Boy or Busken Bakery?
With all of the interest and enthusiasm at Northern Kentucky University surrounding its new Division I intercollegiate athletics program, you’d think one of the school’s most decorated student athl
Friday night during the 2012 Ohio Art Education Association (OAEA) Conference, the BombShells of Cincinnati will take to the streets of Covington in their signature blond wigs and costumes to “yarn
Barb Cook, she of the West Latonia park named in her honor, passed away Monday. She was 74.
Names like Ashley Judd, Wynonna Judd, Naomi Judd, Loretta Lynn, Crystal Gayle, and Patty Loveless are included in a ceremony that will also honor two local women.
From the Kenton County Public Library blog:
Circus Mojo and its leader, Paul Miller, have put Ludlow on the map and investors have noticed. From the Cincinnati Business Courier:
Circuit Court judges from across Kentucky, including Kenton County Judges Gregory Bartlett, Patricia Summe, Lisa Osborne Bushelman, and Christopher J.
Phase one of the expansion of the Kenton County Public Library's Covington branch is complete and was celebrated Monday afternoon with a ribbon-cutting for the newly unveiled drive-thru.
The River City News invites you to watch the election results from the sixteenth floor of the Radisson Cincinnati Riverfront Hotel (668 West Fifth Street in Covington).
Kentucky gets some love from a logistics-oriented website because of the companies here and the fortunate geography that allows goods to be shipped from here effectively: