While Kentucky students are generally socially and emotionally ready to start kindergarten, the majority are not ready to succeed academically, according to pilot data released today by the Kentuck
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The Covington City Commission will meet for its legislative meeting Tuesday to vote on various issues noted below:
A woman is dead after fire destroyed a home in Covington's Eastside neighborhood during the overnight hours of Monday morning.
It was the sixth consecutive game for the Holmes Bulldogs in which the outcome was decided in the final moments.
Former Dayton Independent Schools superintendent Gary Rye improperly received more than $224,000 in payments and benefits, Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen alleged Thursday morning at the Board of Educ
Attorney Christopher Jackson has completed the remodel of his new offices inside one of Covington's oldest buildings, one that was slated for demolition to make way for additional parking to serve
Site Selection magazine’s annual Governor’s Cup rankings have placed Kentucky 10th in the nation for new and expanded industry activity in 2012.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Covington and Northern Kentucky. The warning goes into effect at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday and lasts through 1:00 p.m. Wednesday.
A Holmes free throw with 2.1 seconds remaining in the Ninth Region championship match-up with Covington Catholic put the Bulldogs up 62-60.
2.1 seconds remained on the clock.
The Kentucky House of Representatives, by a wide margin, approved a bill that could undermine civil protections extended to gays and lesbians in Covington, Louisville, Lexington, and most recently,
When you drive around Covington you may notice some businesses and wonder what they do inside their buildings.
Entertainment districts in Covington are acutely aware of increased competition in the region's urban core, particularly as Cincinnati's The Banks continues to grow, attracting more visitors and ke
A Building that stood at the corner of Twelfth Street and Madison Avenue for more than 130 years was reduced to a pile of rubble in less than three hours Monday.