More than $27 million in asphalt rehabilitation projects have been awarded by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet as the spring construction season gets underway.
UPDATE (9:50 p.m.): Covington Police have arrested a second suspect in this case. See his mugshot and information below.
The Department of Public Improvements keeps Covington running.
Jeff Ruby's birthday celebration began Friday with the announcement that his beloved Waterfront restaurant would reopen at Covington Landing where Madison Avenue runs north into the Ohio River.
Proving once again that Kentucky is a powerhouse in the global auto industry, Gov. Steve Beshear today announced Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky (TMMK) will be the first-ever U.S.
Jeff Ruby's the Waterfront will be reopening at Covington Landing, The River City News has confirmed.
An announcement is scheduled for Friday morning at the RiverCenter towers.
Preservation Kentucky will host its annual meeting and awards in Covington on Saturday at the Artisan Enterprise Center (West Seventh Street).
UPDATE (2:54 p.m.): In total, three Kenton County Schools were evacuated on Tuesday due to bomb threats.
In the fall of 2010, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet began the “Revive the Drive – NKY,” a wide-ranging initiative to make needed bridge and highway repairs and improvements across Northern Ken
The effort to create a business improvement district (BID) in Downtown Covington was endorsed Tuesday night by the city commission.