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:
More than a decade after the idea surfaced in the mind of the former president of Gateway Community & Technical College, the current president announced the vision would become reality.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare was announced today as the newest member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. St.
Specialist Mike Lusardi and Sergeant Ron Trenkamp of the Covington Police Department will be honored next Tuesday (November 20) for heroism and service, respectfully.
Two violent crimes happened within ten hours and just a few blocks of each other in West Latonia on Sunday and The River City News has learned that Covington Police Department has not ruled out the
In a city known for historic landmarks one of the most iconic signs ever to adorn Downtown Covington's Madison Avenue advertised "Kentucky's Most Beautiful Girls".
Gateway Community & Technical College will unveil its master plan for its urban campus in Downtown Covington Wednesday afternoon.
Covington Independent Public Schools Superintendent Lynda Jackson laid out a five-point plan to address the district's low scores on the new K-PREP test:
Out-of-town visitors are often surprised to learn how close Cincinnati is to Kentucky, it seems, and are even more surprised to learn that in addition to the great things happening in the Queen Cit
Just minutes after noon on Saturday the ground began to shake in Covington and a question issued at The River City News Facebook page about whether anyone else felt it was met with lots of answers
Political, business, and education leaders filled the Grand in Downtown Covington Friday to tout a new program that aims to have one-hundred percent of all the region's third-graders reading on gra