This story from early October is being highlighted because Pizza Bomba opens its doors Wednesday at 11:00AM. The story first appeared at RCN on October 4.
This editorial is written by Michael Monks, editor & publisher of The River City News.
Something happened in Covington on Friday night and it was awesome.
Kenton County saw the second highest number of drug overdose deaths in Kentucky between 2008 and 2010, behind only Jefferon County (Louisville).
Responding to a report of a street robbery, members of the Covington Police Department came under direct fire from a suspect who had given himself a strong tactical advantage: he holed up on the se
Tuesday will mark the final meeting at City Hall for Mayor Chuck Scheper and Commissioners Sherry Carran, Steve Casper, Steve Frank, and Shawn Masters and the self-dubbed "unified commission" has a
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
From the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence via KY Forward:
The Center for Great Neighborhoods, the City of Covington's frequent partner in individual affordable housing developments, is asking for support from its neighbors as the new year approaches.
Thursday's Covington School Board meeting was expected to be a mixture of hello and goodbye but an announcement by Covington Independent Public Schools Superintendent Lynda Jackson that she intends
"I'm proud of what we all accomplished and I'm excited for it to end," Covington Mayor Chuck Scheper said with a laugh Wednesday night.
The Bank of Kentucky, Inc., has committed $1 million to the Gateway Community and Technical College Foundation for use in developing Gateway’s Urban Campus in downtown Covington.
"We're going to have to toll," Ohio Governor John Kasich told a packed news conference high atop the Radisson Hotel in Covington.