College Application Blitz Week is underway at Holmes High School through November 9 and the district is looking for volunteers from the community to assist the students in filling out their college
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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
Covington is quickly becoming a pizza town with wide selections across the city.
Research by a firm called Wealth-X has identified the wealthiest resident of each state in the country.
The candidates for Covington school board appeared on stage together for the final time before November 6's election.
Donna Salyers and her family made big headlines this week when it was announced that The Salyers Group was working with a Chicago-based firm and the City of Covington to turn City Hall into
The Covington Police Department will be at the annual Pawrade event in Mainstrasse Village Sunday selling hot dogs in an effort to raise some of the $5,000 needed to purchase its new mascot.
Though he has been on the job for several months, Geoffrey S. Mearns will be officially installed as the fifth president of Northern Kentucky University in ceremonies at 2 p.m. Friday.
Thursday marks the final day and night of local debates and forums for candidates in Covington races.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky's Department of Travel & Tourism has added two more Northern Kentucky attractions to its "There's Only One" Campaign.