Earlier this year, the property at 333-335 Elm Street in Ludlow, commonly referred to as Ernie's, the name of the former bar that occupied it, was set to be razed.
A trial that was originally slated to begin in April, and that was then continued to July, and that was then continued to October 2, was continued again this week.
The Ludlow-Bromley Yacht Club appears to be a total loss after a barge drifted towards it and ultimately crashed into it early Wednesday morning.
Longtime Ludlow Board of Education member Bill McMillen resigned last Thursday.
He had served on the board since 1999.
Nearly five dozen people joined together at Bircus Brewing in Ludlow last Thursday as the Give Where You Live program, facilitated by Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky and Mueller Financ
Beyond the Curb returned for another urban living tour in Northern Kentucky's River Cities. This time, the tour was back in Ludlow where a variety of homes and businesses were showcased.
Northern Kentucky's River Cities of Covington, Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, and Ludlow are not taking the same action this year on property taxes this year.
Beyond the Curb, the semi-annual urban living tour of Northern Kentucky's River Cities, returns to Ludlow next weekend.
An historic home in Ludlow will soon be the site of an historical marker.
The Ludlow Board of Education approved a 4 percent increase to its tax rates last week.
A body was found in the Ohio River near the Ludlow/Bromley Yacht Club on Sunday morning.
Ludlow Police and other agencies responded to the scene.
The former Ernie's bar building in Ludlow will wait for redevelopment until its buyers can acquire additional funds, it was announced at last week's city council meeting.
The winners at the 8th annual Ludlow Preservation Awards have been announced.
The ceremony is set for Saturday, August 17, as part of Ludlow Railroad Heritage Day.