City officials hope supporting small business will spur big growth in the Cov.
At the beginning of this month, the Covington City Commission released a statement to Kentucky and Ohio officials reiterating the city’s opposition to the enactment of tolls as a means of funding improvements to the Brent Spence Bridge corridor.
There’s a sign at Bobby Mackey’s Music World that reads: “This establishment is proported (sic) to be haunted. Management is not responsible and cannot be held liable for any actions of any ghosts/spirits on the premises.”
There are more nuns over the age of 90 than under the age of 60, but newcomers such as Sister Mary Florence Anyabuonwu give the sisterhood hope.
Greater Cincinnati experienced very little snowfall this past winter. Most motorists would call that a win, and so would government agencies watching their bottom line.
KungFood Chu's AmerAsia hosted Beer-Lingual, a beer-centric block party in the parking lot next to the Covington restaurant, on April 15, 2017.
For some, retiring from work is a norm by the time you're 70. But not for Carolyn Bledsoe.
Fifty years ago in February, a group of Roman Catholic students at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh prayed to experience the gifts of God's Holy Spirit they had read about in the Bible.
John James Audubon would be all over the upcoming "Off the Page" art exhibit at the Lloyd Library
It hasn’t been an easy path, but the Covington trail project will eventually span more than a dozen miles. For now, the city is moving forward and planning interim celebrations.
Holmes High School's chess team became competitive and discovered it is really good.
This Friday, Covington’s Rose Garden Home Mission will become more than a religious social service agency where clients can get counseling, flu shots or a hot meal.
Brick by brick and beam by beam, the aging relics spread across Covington's Westside neighborhood are getting a new shot at life.