Of all the contentious votes and comments taken Tuesday night at Covington City Hall during its inordinately lengthy meeting, the most awkward occurred after the approval of cuts to the fire depart
Changes at City Hall approved by the Covington City Commission Tuesday night during a four-hour long meeting stretched beyond the fire department and code enforcement.
"We have to grow our way out of this situation by changing the way we do business here at City Hall," said Covington City Manager Larry Klein during a four-hour long meeting of the City Commission
Covington Independent Public Schools released this information Tuesday afternoon:
Two former governors that sought the presidency in different election cycles will come together at Northern Kentucky University Tuesday night as part of the annual Alumni Lecture Series.
An unusually lengthy meeting of Covington's urban design review board (UDRB) ended after more than ninety minutes of debate and with a local developer clearly upset with the outcome.
From a press release:
The building commonly referred to as the Bishop's Mansion, the towering nineteenth century former residence that faces the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, is one day closer to being torn down
The Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky, located on Scott Boulevard in Covington, is celebrating the graduation of thirty men from homelessness to housing.
Should plastic bags be banned from Northern Kentucky grocery stores? A local chapter of a national group, "Bag It Town, Northern Kentucky", wants your support of their petition.
Cash Mob Northern KY is looking to return to Covington (or other NKY towns) and will base their next location on votes from the public.
Across the country on Saturday groups will rally to raise awareness to the growing heroin epidemic.
The Covington City Commission will see two important presentations on Tuesday and will then make two important votes related to them.
Plans and funds are coming together for an improved Linden Grove Cemetery, home to veterans of American conflicts from the War of 1812 onward as well as many famous names in the area such as Speake
Fifteen properties in Botany Hills (formerly known as West Covington) that are slated to be torn down to make way for a development and were the point of controversy after a City Commissioner poste