Kenton County was among 108 counties across Kentucky to see its unemployment rate drop in September, according to preliminary numbers released by the Commonwealth's Education & Workforce Develo
The Hotel Covington, a new boutique hotel going inside the current City Hall and at $25 million, the largest development project to hit Covington in years was the result of a broken down Porsche.
Though it was just a first reading and no vote was taken on the proposed rental inspection program at Tuesday night's Covington City Commission meeting, there were plenty of comments for and agains
The National Association of Realtors Political Action Committee (RPAC) is supporting Covington City Commissioner Steve Casper in his bid to become mayor.
October is designated Pro-Life Month in the Diocese of Covington and Bishop Roger Foys is asking all parishes to collect names to appear in a multi-page newspaper ad in January.
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
Madison Avenue Christian Church welcomes Monday night a Northern Kentucky community event to raise awareness about the hungry and homeless in our region.
This is a republication of the "Monday Morning Message" from Covington Independent Public Schools Superintendent Lynda Jackson:
This is part two of RCN's coverage of Thursday night's debate/forum that featured the nine candidates running for three seats on the Covington Board of Education, In part one, the issues of budgeti
The results of Kentucky's new standardized tests are expected soon and district leaders along with state education officials are preparing the public for lower scores.
The nine candidates seeking three seats available on the Covington Board of Education appeared together at a forum/debate sponsored by OASIS, Inc at Ninth Street Baptist Church in the city's Eastsi
The event was called "Growing IT (information technologies) in Covington" and one presentation stole the show with the announcement of what is expected to become a Downtown Covington landmark.