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.
The City of Covington is going to have a new website and wants to hear from citizens on what should be included.
UPDATE (12:15 p.m.): Covington Police have identified the man found dead in the woods behind the Carroll Chimes Bell Tower in Mainstrasse Village on Sunday morning.
As the city waits for another piece of its historic architecture to come crumbling down any day now, the Covington Re-Use Center is stepping up in hopes that it can salvage at least pieces of it an
Covington Independent Public Schools has announced the members of its superintendent search screening committee.
This column is written by Trey Grayson, Northern Kentucky native, former Kentucky Secretary of State and current director of the Institute for Politics at Harvard University.
NKY Restoration is proud to announce Matt Grocoff, nationally known TV personality and net zero energy thought leader, as lunch keynote speaker at the 2013 NKY Restoration Weekend.
The nineteenth century Victorian home commonly referred to as the Bishop's Mansion is nearing its final hour.
The Kenton County Fiscal Court joined a growing chorus of Northern Kentucky governments in opposing tolls for the Brent Spence Bridge project.
The following column is written by Rick Robinson.
I’ve joined the secessionist movement.
Warning: Some language is explicit in detailing the crimes committed