The quiet riverfront condo communities in Covington's Botany Hills neighborhood have reached an age where they are ripe for renovation.
In 1915, on the 700 block of Monmouth Street in Newport, a grand building that could seat 2,500 people opened.
It is not typical for a majority of the Covington City Commission to attend meetings of the city's urban design review board (UDRB) but per
Expect more verbal stones to be thrown at a proposed glass structure that the Baker Hunt Arts & Cultural Center hopes to construct as p
Four buildings in Covington's Mainstrasse Village are targeted for demolition, if approved by the city's urban design review board on Monda
There are no schools in Bromley, but that was not always the case.
Twenty years ago, the City of Newport was in the midst of celebrating its bicentennial when it was decided to commemorate important pieces
The so-called Duveneck Square project in downtown Covington appears to be taking steps forward.
On the evening of July 7, 1915, Northern Kentuckians experienced a natural disaster they would soon not forget.
The following is excerpted from the July 4, 1875 edition of the Covington Journal
The City of Covington and Columbia Sussex made their respective cases before Judge Gregory Bartlett in Kenton County Circuit Court on Wedne
The following appeared in The Covington Journal on June 26, 1875.
A Free Bridge
The landmark Travelodge hotel on Newport's riverfront is no more.
The building was razed on Thursday.
Covington’s 19 neighborhoods are filled with unique history, beautiful architecture, vibrant artwork, and much more.