The results of Kentucky's new standardized tests are expected soon and district leaders along with state education officials are preparing the public for lower scores.
The nine candidates seeking three seats available on the Covington Board of Education appeared together at a forum/debate sponsored by OASIS, Inc at Ninth Street Baptist Church in the city's Eastsi
The event was called "Growing IT (information technologies) in Covington" and one presentation stole the show with the announcement of what is expected to become a Downtown Covington landmark.
This article appears courtesy of RCN partner KY Forward.
Representative Dennis Keene will present a check for $650,000 on Friday that will pave the way for developers to proceed a major $100 million entertainment complex proposed for The Purple People Br
The candidates for Covington School Board, one of the most closely-watched races in the county, will face off in a debate at Ninth Street Baptist Church in the city's Eastside.
Dr. Gary Shearer will no longer be part of the methadone clinic slated to open in Covington early next year at 1717 Madison Avenue, former site of the Save-a-Lot Grocery.
Medicaid Managed Care provider Kentucky Spirit will end its contract with the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The company and the Commonwealth released statements below.
Researchers from three universities have compiled data that suggests that parental involvement is more important in determining the academic success of a child than the schools the kids attend.
The candidates vying to represent Covington and northern Kenton County in the Kentucky State Senate squared off in a debate Monday night at Ninth Street Baptist Church in the city's Eastside.
UPDATE: RCN has now added comments from candidate Joyce Baker. See below.
This is a look back on the issues and people that made news in Covington as covered here at The River City News.
The appointment of Suzann Gettys as Covington's business assistance specialist Tuesday night marked the end of her tenure as the city's ombudsman.
One of the many items approved by the Covington City Commission that faced a 50-item agenda Tuesday night was the demolition of forty-nine properties, pending approval from the state preservation o