The Ludlow/Bromley Garden Club is hosting its annual plant sale on Saturday, May 2 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the parking lot of Ludlow High School.
Wynners Cup Café, the coffee and sandwich shop on Elm Street in Ludlow, is launching a series developed by Families Matters Inc.
Ludlow Independent School Superintendent Michael Borchers unveiled an ambitious plan for radically updating the technology in his schools during a lengthy school board meeting Thursday night.
Bird Brain, a funny fable for family audiences from Playhouse in the Park’s Off the Hill, brings the lesson that strange behavior isn’t always foolish.
This story has been updated with new information from the Ludlow Police Department:
Ludlow Police are investigating the robbery of an Elm Street business.
Tucked away off of Adela Avenue in Ludlow sits a business that has been there for 70 years and Ideal Supplies has been a part of the Gaiser family the entire time.
The new distillery in Ludlow will open this weekend.
The Kenton County Fiscal Court will apply to the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana (OKI) Regional Council of Government for matching Federal SNK Funds for Phase II of the Bromley-Crescent Springs Road project.
The City of Ludlow will host "Tidy Up Ludlow Day" on Saturday, April 25 as part of Great American Cleanup.
The Cities of Edgewood, Ludlow, Villa Hills, Elsmere, and Taylor Mill have combined on a plan that aims to save the residents of those cities money on their waste-hauling services.
The Ludlow City Council was paid a visit by Kentucky State Senator Chris McDaniel, who is making the rounds at local government meetings in his district to recap the General Assembly session.
Twenty law enforcement executives from agencies across Kentucky graduated Friday from the Criminal Justice Executive Development program, an advanced leadership course designed for supervisors at t
The Ludlow Board of Education is discussing an agreement with Covington-based Children, Inc to collaborate on a hybrid preschool.
It was discussed at the Ludlow City Council caucus meeting on Thursday night to repeal the ordinance that the city just passed in August that allows signs for businesses to be up to 60 square feet