The Roebling Suspension Bridge between Covington and Cincinnati is one of the ten greatest suspension bridges in America, a new book claims
For 150 years, the City of Ludlow has been quietly tucked along the banks of the Ohio River, happily carrying on in its quaint and serene w
What is now Liberty Street in Newport was once known as German Street.
While the front of this sprawling commercial building on Scott Boulevard will be spruced up for new opportunities, the most drastic change
Many of the iconic iron fences that surround so many nineteenth century homes in Covington and Northern Kentucky were created in this large
For decades, a collection of books and other historical records dating back to the late nineteenth century and earlytwentieth century have
Ten years ago, Covington’s Westside neighborhood was arguably one of the city’s worst.
Leslie Piner spent most of her childhood on the family farm in Boone County.
The City of Fort Thomas had a pretty big announcement at Northern Kentucky Developers Day on Thursday.
The news shocked the Shillitos! Horrified the Holmeses! Nauseated the Neffs! Even the Mortons marveled at the headline!
Well, they've done it again.
The building that sits at 1037 Madison Avenue was built right around the time the Civil War ended in 1865.
The effort to Make Goebel Great attracted a big crowd for its first event.
A building that was part of Downtown Covington's retail heyday is back in a new critical role in the city's renaissance.
The short-lived Covington Blue Sox, a professional baseball team that lasted all of two months in 1913, have seen a resurgence in local int