The candidates for Covington City Commission will square off in the first debate of the fall campaign season Monday evening at Ninth Street Baptist Church.
Superintendent of Covington Independent Public Schools Lynda Jackson penned an op-ed in the Cincinnati Enquirer about chronic absenteeism and its effect on student achievement:
The International Association of Firefighters Local 38 which represents the City of Covington's firefighters, has made its endorsements in the race for Covington City Commission.
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 previous week
Covington City Commission candidate Ed Faulkner will drop out of the race after being diagnosed with Still's Disease, a form of inflammatory arthritis that attacks the joints and muscles.
Ronald Forsyth II was one of two Kentucky National Guardsmen killed in a car crash in Devils Lake, North Dakota Thursday.
UPDATE (3:14PM) Mark Young has issued this statement:
Covington Independent Public Schools will have the largest implementation of nationally renowned educator Ron Clark's program in the nation, it was announced during Thursday's school board meeting.
A ruling has come down following a hearing at Covington City Hall in April in which Covington firefighters union Local 38 accused the City of engaging in unfair labor practices as the two sides sou
Six or seven years ago attorney Christopher Jackson was looking for a home for his new law practice, housed in an office at Park Place, and set his sights on 121 East Fourth Street, one of Covingto
Fourteen properties poised for development in Botany Hills (formerly known as West Covington) and owned by Mount Martre, LLC will go before the Covington code enforcement board Wednesday afternoon.
The River City News offers this feature each week in which Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders shares his This Week in Kenton Co.
Both candidates for Covington Mayor, three for Covington City Commission, and three for the school board (well, four if you count Mark Young whose candidacy to fill the remainder of a vacated seat