Known for his tall, paper hats seen from blocks away in Downtown Cincinnati, Avtar "the Hat Man" Gill was a fixture of the Queen City's quirkier landscape.
At The River City News you get More Covington News Than Any Other Source. Here's a look back at the week that was and all the headlines from your city:
An elite academic program offered at Holmes High School in Covington since 1983 will end after the next school year.
The Covington Mobile Home Park in Austinburg is now owned by the city and residents will have to move elsewhere.
UPDATE: The winter weather advisory has been cancelled. Kenton Co. Schools are on a one-hour delay as are St.
The Covington Mobile Home Park on Patton Street near the Licking River in Austinburg may be closed down, forcing the residents of the roughly twenty-five units to find a new place to live.
Each week The River City News talks with Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders about his weekly e-newsletter that highlights who was sent to prison or got probation in the previ
The new Covington City Commission will convene for its first official meeting Tuesday.
UPDATE (4:45PM): The search has been called off.
Covington Mayor Sherry Carran joined other city leaders this week from across Kentucky, including the mayors of Louisville and Lexington, in calling for reform to the state pension system.
The Brent Spence Bridge caused congestion inside Covington City Hall Tuesday night where the Commission Chambers was packed, every seat was filled, and additional folks stood around the room for a
From the Appalachia High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area:
The City of Covington will host an informational meeting about the Brent Spence Bridge project on Tuesday evening inside Commission Chambers at City Hall at 6:00PM.