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
Joy Siermann waited in the hospital as her sister had half of her lung removed as part of an ongoing battle with cancer.
2015 will mark the two hundredth birthday of the City of Covington and the beginning of its third century.
Notes from Covington City Hall from RCN editor & publisher Michael Monks:
Riverfront Commons project needs unified support, leader says
This story appears courtesy of KY Forward and is written by Liane Crossley.
The concept is simple—offer big prize money and racehorses will come.
Covington City Hall will move to 20 West Pike Street, currently home to Pike Place Bingo as early as May of this year, it was announced Tuesday night.
A table full of liquor does not often accompany economic development announcements -- at least not publicly, anyway -- but Monday's news was worthy of a toast: Westpack, a subsidiary of Russia-base
An economic development announcement will be made in Downtown Covington Monday afternoon at 1:00 p.m.
Tuesday night's meeting of the Covington City Commission will feature updates on plans for Riverfront Commons as well as a symbolic "vision statement" aimed at guiding the city forward.