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Parking amnesty program intended to fill citation backlog in Covington

Anyone with a Covington parking citation that has doubled due to nonpayment will soon be given some breathing room thanks to an amnesty program...

Covington receives $1.8 million federal grant to support IRS site redevelopment

The City of Covington will receive a $1.8 million federal grant to support infrastructure design for the redevelopment of the former IRS site in...

Take a look inside Ovation as construction progresses toward late 2022 opening

Construction on the five-story office building at Ovation began last October, and Corporex plans to deliver the finishing touches at the end of 2022,...

More midnight patches coming to Boone County

Northbound and southbound lanes of I-71 will be closed for overnight patchwork Sunday, May 22 through Friday, May 26.

Fourth St. Bridge to see lane reduction Monday and Tuesday

Daytime traffic across the Fourth Street/Veterans Memorial Bridge between Covington and Newport may move more slowly than usual on Monday and Tuesday. The Kentucky Transportation...

Parking Authority recommends selling meters, offering monthly parking spaces at Madison Ave. lot

With Covington’s push to market itself as a desirable urban area for business relocation, City leaders have emphasized the importance of expanding parking infrastructure,...

Alexandria housing development gets first reading at Campbell Fiscal Court

The zone change for the Maronda Homes development at 10743 S. Licking Pike was on the agenda at Wednesday night’s Campbell County Fiscal Court...

Kenton County driver licensing transferring to new state office in Independence

The Kenton County Circuit Court Clerk's office will cease driver's licensing services on Thursday, and a new Driver Licensing Regional Office will open in...

Major public infrastructure projects coming to Dayton

Eleven public infrastructure projects -- including new roads, sidewalks, pedestrian bump-outs, hiking and biking trails, and storm-water projects -- will make for a busy...

Open house invites Boone resident feedback on planning/zoning strategy

On Wednesday, May 25, the Planning and Zoning Committee is hosting an open house to solicit feedback from the community. Information gathered from the meeting will supplement the official zoning update for the county. 

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