Researchers from three universities have compiled data that suggests that parental involvement is more important in determining the academic success of a child than the schools the kids attend.
The candidates vying to represent Covington and northern Kenton County in the Kentucky State Senate squared off in a debate Monday night at Ninth Street Baptist Church in the city's Eastside.
UPDATE: RCN has now added comments from candidate Joyce Baker. See below.
This is a look back on the issues and people that made news in Covington as covered here at The River City News.
The appointment of Suzann Gettys as Covington's business assistance specialist Tuesday night marked the end of her tenure as the city's ombudsman.
One of the many items approved by the Covington City Commission that faced a 50-item agenda Tuesday night was the demolition of forty-nine properties, pending approval from the state preservation o
KY Forward, a partner of The River City News, has compiled a tremendous collection of coverage leading up to Thursday night's Vice Presidential debate at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky.
"We ask for your patience and for you to bear with us," City Manager Larry Klein said Tuesday night at the beginning of a two-and-half hour-long meeting of the Covington City Commission.
Tuesday night's City Commission meeting featured an agenda with fifty items on it, including several related to the Covington Police Department and the former 911 emergency dispatch center.
The playground at Sixth District Elementary School in Austinburg that was partially destroyed by fire over the summer will host a grand reopening next Friday, October 18 at 10:00AM.
This is part one of what will be two parts of coverage from Monday night's Covington mayoral debate.
Covington Mayoral candidates and current City Commissioners Sherry Carran and Steve Casper will face off against each other in a debate Monday at the Ninth Street Baptist Church on the Eastside.
Over the weekend, the Covington Neighborhood Collaborative invited city commissioners and the city manager to tour various neighborhoods around town and to see first-hand what some of the concerns