More than thirty days will have passed since the last Covington City Commission meeting when the mayor and commissioners gather again on Tuesday.
Following a national trend, urban chickens could soon be free to cluck around Covington.
The Covington City Commission on Tuesday will vote on the proposed rental inspection program. Here is the language used by the city clerk on the commission agenda to describe the program:
Julie Geisen Scheper has been appointed to the Covington Board of Education, The River City News has confirmed, filling the school board seat vacated by Denise Varney who moved from the city in Aug
The planned Walgreen's that would be built on the site where a nineteenth century mansion currenntly sits will be an issue before the Covington City Commission Tuesday.
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The jobless rate dropped in 101 of Kentucky's 120 counties in October, including Kenton and Campbell, while Boone saw an increase in unemployment.
There is no magic bullet to shoot at Covington's struggles with heroin addiction and a Wednesday morning meeting featuring Police Chief Spike Jones did little in the way of laying out a detailed pl
Walt's Hitching Post, a Fort Wright landmark restaurant that closed in 2010, will reopen under new ownership, a pair of guys who also bought the rights to Walt's famous recipes.
A Covington teen has pleaded guilty to the December 2011 shooting death of 18-year old Brett Thornberry.
The Folksiders, who are well known for their artisan events in Rabbit Hash, will be in Covington for Christmas as one of two scheduled markets Downtown.
Covington City Manager Larry Klein is meeting with the city's many neighborhood associations to discuss personally the changes that have been implemented at City Hall.
Welcome four new businesses to Covington as noted in the city's monthly e-newsletter: