Kentucky may have a serious election on its hands in 2014 with a new poll showing that even actress Ashley Judd would be competitive against Senator Mitch McConnell.
Indy Honeycomb is expanding its South Covington facility with a $915,000 investment and the addition of thirteen new jobs.
On May 14, 1988 a pick-up truck driven by a drunken Larry Mahoney traveled the wrong way on Interstate 71 crashing into a school bus near Carrollton, Kentucky.
The Workforce Solutions Division of Gateway Community and Technical College has won a national award from the National Council for Workforce Education (NCWE) for the college’s efforts to recruit an
This article appears courtesy RCN partner KY Forward via Discover Magazine and is written by Bob Driehaus.
During a special meeting of the newly-elected Mayor and Covington City Commission, the members unanimously agreed to sign a social contract pledging to "respect and value each other." The meeting w
Construction of the last section of the Taylor Mill Road (new KY 16) widening project has begun in Kenton County.
The expansion of Gateway Community & Technical College's urban campus is officially underway -- albeit temporarily.
The Covington City Commission met on December 4, the second-to-last meeting before the new commission takes over.
The methadone clinic that will open inside the former Sav-a-Lot grocery store building on Madison Avenue in Covington has been acquired.
The Housing Authority of Covington (HAC) will celebrate its seventy-fifth anniversary Thursday evening, two nights after presenting some basic plans for its next ten years to the Covington City Com
Governor Steve Beshear of Kentucky and Governor John Kasich of Ohio plan to appear in Covington on December 12 to agree on a study on how to pay for the Brent Spence Bridge project, according to th
"The city is willing to invest in those willing to invest in the city," said Mayor Chuck Scheper, repeating one of his tenets that emerged when he was first appointed Mayor of Covington.
Covington's mantra for 2012 will carry over through 2013 thanks to the newly released calendar produced by the Covington Neighborhood Collaborative (CNC).