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Covington's Shotgun Row gets national media coverage

A recent article by Preservation Magazine highlights Covington's efforts to rebuild its West Side neighborhood, starting with the renovation of several shotgun-style homes on Orchard Street.

April brings child abuse prevention events to NKY

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and Northern Kentucky communities are raising awareness with activities and events.

NKY water experts invited to attend White House summit

NKY's water representatives attended a White House summit March 22, where experts discussed challenges faced nationwide and brainstormed possible solutions.

Hotel Covington welcomes general manager Jack Olshan

In preparation for an anticipated July 2016 grand opening, Aparium Hotel Group has appointed Jack Olshan as general manager of the forthcoming 114-room Hotel Covington.

Record year for tourism highlights meetNKY annual meeting

At its annual meeting on March 24, meetNKY reported a victorious year on many fronts for the Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau.

KY House approves free community college

Recently passed House bill gives KY high school grads free tuition at institutions within the Kentucky Community and Technical College System.

Fourth round of Covington Creative Community Grants now open

The Center for Great Neighborhoods is seeking applicants for its fourth round of Creative Community Grants with a focus on health.

Renovated Meinken Field debuts with ceremony honoring Covington employees

Covington honors city leaders responsible for $1 million renovation of Meinken Field.

Baseball superfan Dale Silver hits a homerun as new president of Rosie Reds

Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Vice Chair Dale Silver, a lifelong baseball fan and athlete in her own right, will serve as president of the Rosie Reds booster organization this season.

Bash for Rabbit Hash General Store raises over $11,000

Hundreds of supporters gathered for the Rabbit Hash Bash event on March 12 to raise over $11,000 for rebuilding the Rabbit Hash General Store, which was destroyed by a devastating fire on Feb. 14.

Hotel Covington to open its doors this summer

The long-awaited Hotel Covington will open at 638 Madison Ave. in downtown Covington this summer in the space known by many Northern Kentuckians as the Coppins Building.

Paddlefest offers a number of changes for 15th annual splash in August

Greater Cincinnati's Paddlefest event will see a number of changes in 2016, including a new date (Aug. 6), a different route (including a mid-point stop in Covington), route guides and a new sponsor.

Center for Great Neighborhoods offering free tax preparation in Covington

The Center for Great Neighborhoods offers free tax preparation every year for low-to-moderate income households in Covington, with clinics three days a week through April 16.

NKY smoking rates continue to be concern for health officials

The volume of smokers in Kentucky ranks the state as third in the nation, and Northern Kentucky contributes heavily to that figure.

In Newport, plans to heal an east-west divide

A group of residents known as ReNewport wants to improve the city around economic development, housing, education, community engagement, parks and recreation and health, wellness and safety.
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