Election Day is less than a week away and nowhere has there been more coverage of the races in Covington that right here at The River City News.
A putt-putt golf tournament will take place on the top of the Center City Parking Garage on November 17.
After weeks of warnings from the Kentucky Department of Education and local superintendents that the state's new standardized tests would reflect lower-than-usual scores, the proof is in.
The Cincinnati Enquirer, the region's largest daily newspaper, has endorsed Sherry Carran for Mayor of Covington. The editorial board cites Carran's experience as their reason:
The following is a guest editorial written by Mark Young who more recently appeared in RCN stories as a potential candidate for the Covington Board of Education in a case that was ultimatel
The candidates for Covington Mayor, current city commissioners Sherry Carran and Steve Casper, appeared together at a luncheon/forum hosted by the Covington Business Council.
The special executive session for the Covington City Commission Monday morning at City Hall was for the purpose of interviewing potential chiefs of the city's fire department.
There are not enough trash cans and cigarette butt collectors in the city according to Keep Covington Beautiful which presented its mission to the city commission last Tuesday.
The following information comes from the officer of Covington Independent Public Schools Superintendent Lynda Jackson:
UPDATE: City Commissioner Shawn Masters has issued a statement about the executive session meeting, confirming that it is in regards to interviewing potential fire chiefs.
The two candidates for Covington mayor discussed some wide-ranging issues at their final debate on Thursday.
Over 300,000 jobs will become available in the Northern Kentucky region between now and 2020, according to a recently-released Jobs Outlook report.