From The River City News editor & publisher Michael Monks:
St. Elizabeth Health Care will be moving 300 jobs out of its current location on East 20th Street (the old St. E. Hospital now known as Providence Pavillion) to an open facility in Erlanger.
UPDATE (3:30 p.m.): City Commissioner Michelle Williams says she will not attend this seminar next week.
UPDATE (Friday 10:00 a.m.): The Covington Police Department reports that 21 suspects have been arrested in this drug sweep.
Winners of the River Cities Excellence in Historic Preservation Awards will be honored Thursday evening at Covington's Trinity Episcopal Church (326 Madison Avenue, 6:30 p.m.).
UPDATE (Thursday 7:49 a.m.): City Commissioner Michelle Williams took to Twitter this morning to say that a meeting between her and the city manager scheduled for today has been ca
The Kenton County Fiscal Court unanimously rejected the 9% rate increase proposed by Sanitation District 1 on Tuesday night.
Jacob Wimzie, convicted of possession of a handgun by a convicted felon and facing ten years behind bars, skipped out on his sentencing Tuesday, according to Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney R
Covington philanthropist Oakley Farris has commissioned a bronze statue in memory of his brother Cloftus, who was killed in action in the waning days of the Korean War.
The City of Covington is expected to approve the issuance of industrial building revenue bonds for Gateway Community & Technical College Foundation, Inc to begin the construction phase of its u
"The city is in a historic position right now to write its own future," said Covington city manager Larry Klein during the presentation of his recommended 2013-14 budget.
With thousands of children in KY about to lose all child care assistance (CCAP), the Cabinet for Health & Family Services will hold a public hearing May 21, 2013, at 9am at the Health Services