Following the disappearance of approximately $600,000 in city funds, the Task Force to Restore Public Confidence in Covington Financial Operations, met for the first time on Wednesday night.
What did they know and when did they know it depends on whom you ask at Covington City Hall.
Emergency personnel responded to the home of former Covington Finance Director Bob Due some time after 11 a.m. Tuesday.
A new residential development, a boutique hotel, and a private residence with a retail space were the Covington projects awarded part of the Duke Energy Foundation's $320,000 urban revitalization p
Two buildings on Fifth Street in Downtown Covington may be late additions to Tuesday night's city commission meeting.
Covington Professional Firefighters Local 38 won an order Monday from the Kentucky Labor Cabinet's labor relations board and the City of Covington was ordered to restore staffing levels to levels p
The Covington City Commission meets on Tuesday at 6 p.m. inside the commission chambers at City Hall (638 Madison Avenue).
Five abandoned shotgun houses on the 300 block of Orchard Street in Covington are in the midst of being transformed into "Shotgun Row", a series of renovated homes aimed at artists.
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Former Covington Finance Director Bob Due is scheduled to appear in Kenton County District Court at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to the court docket.
The City of Covington has filed a lawsuit against former Finance Director Bob Due and many others including Due's family and past auditing firms hired by the city.