Covington City Commissioner Michelle Williams can no longer hold her office, according to Kenton County Attorney Garry Edmonson who concluded his investigation into the freshman commissioner's crim
Downtown Covington was the big winner at Tuesday night's city commission meeting as development after development won approval, laying the groundwork for a revitalized Center City that for most of
The Covington City Commission will meet for its regularly scheduled legislative meeting on Tuesday evening and the agenda is full of significant items. A preview of the meeting follows.
1,500 clergy and lay persons part of the Kentucky Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church are in Covington this week at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center.
UPDATE (10:37 p.m.): The River City News has learned that the upper two floors of the Mutual Building will be turned into approximately fourteen market-rate apartments and the deve
"There's been some discussion about the city manager form of government and we thought it would be best to call (the Kentucky League of Cities) to just give us a refresher course," said Covington M
Covington City Manager Larry Klein and Finance Director Bob Due gave an encore presentation of the budget being recommended for the 2013-14 fiscal year.
Covington Police announced Tuesday that three more suspects were arrested in the city-wide round-up of accused drug traffickers that launched in the afternoon hours of last Thursday.
From The River City News editor & publisher Michael Monks:
St. Elizabeth Health Care will be moving 300 jobs out of its current location on East 20th Street (the old St. E. Hospital now known as Providence Pavillion) to an open facility in Erlanger.
UPDATE (3:30 p.m.): City Commissioner Michelle Williams says she will not attend this seminar next week.