"I want to be your friend. And I don't want you to get involved in anything you don't want to be involved with. You hear me? I want to be your friend. But you know what I want, don't you?"
The ribbon-cutting at the new Devou Park Clubhouse was met with great fanfare and applause for those involved.
Nearly five months after forcing out former City Manager Larry Klein, the City of Covington's mayor, along with the city commission, voted to hire his replacement.
A new poll shows support for the use of tolls to finance the Brent Spence Bridge project, which is estimated to cost around $2.5 billion to add a companion bridge next to the existing span.
The national debate over the future of health care in the United States landed in Covington on Sunday afternoon, first with a symbolic protest across the Roebling Suspension Bridge that links to th
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) will speak in Covington on Sunday.
Hey, I know I don't have to tell you how much I love Covington and Northern Kentucky.
But, there's another place I love a lot, too.
And it also happens to be "northern".
On June 28, 2011, a new blog launched in Covington: therivercitynews.blogspot.com.
Quite a domain, eh?!
The City of Covington announced Tuesday that its search for a new city manager is down to four finalists.
Most new laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2017 regular session will go into effect on Thursday, June 29.
Maintenance work is scheduled to begin on the Brent Spence Bridge on Friday night, kicking off roughly two months of traffic trouble around the 50-year old span.
It is expected to be a significant disruption to traffic and business.
Fairfield Avenue - the main artery through Bellevue - will be closed for roughly four weeks due to a sewer project.
The Covington City Commission will have a special meeting on Thursday afternoon to retain a law firm to investigate what the agenda refers to as "allegations of wrongdoing".
The mainframe computer processing all of Kentucky’s unemployment insurance claims was built a decade before the 1980s-era arcade game Pac-Man.
Coming to Kentucky roads this year: surplus military Humvees, three-wheeled vehicles dubbed autocycles, and maybe even golf carts modified to deliver online purchases.