The operators of the Arby's at 34 Donnermeyer Drive in Bellevue want to tear down their outdated structure and build a new one but their plans don't gel with the city's form-based code, adopted thr
A 150-room, six-story hotel planned as part of the expansion of Newport on the Levee won approval for state incentives on Wednesday.
Jennifer Graham thought her Great Dane, Rufus, was the world’s best pal. She thought that even after Rufus took sick and passed away.
Dolls passed through generations of family members can become worn and weathered throughout the years but when a head falls off, a face gets dirty, or an original dress is ripped there is sanctuary
A brewery will soon occupy 11,000 square feet on Covington's Seventh Street, occupying the space where Covington Arts and an architecture firm currently operate.
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Nine leaders from Covington and surrounding Northern Kentucky cities have been selected among the sixty-six members of the next Leadership Kentucky class, the organization announced Friday.
"Ludlow's got a lot of good things happening. People were asking for this."
"We’re bullish on the future of Covington. We think our city is on the cusp of something great. We look forward to demonstration of this in at least four projects a year."
Brooks Flooring of Fort Wright is once again hosting its famous Fish Fry every Friday during Lent.
"He called me up one day and said, I know you've always wanted to open your own place."
Rima David is closing her 10-year old Rima's Diner in Crescent Springs to focus on her reopened and renamed Rima D's on Madison Avenue in Covington.