Do you have a favorite "Old Kentucky Home"?
In the waning hours of the 2014 Kentucky General Assembly session, House Bill 237 received final passage awarding more than $5.2 billion for road projects across the Commonwealth.
"I believe it will get national, international coverage. I think there is a ton of publications and media that would jump all over that."
The Huntington Bank branch in Ludlow at 300 Elm Street was robbed just before 3 p.m., Kenton County Police dispatch confirmed to The River City News.
"Ludlow's got a lot of good things happening. People were asking for this."
Kentucky House Bill 407 dominated the conversation at Saturday's meeting of the Kenton County Mayors Group.
The Covington City Commission unanimously passed a resolution on Tuesday night endorsing the passage of House Bill 171, a piece of legislation before the General Assembly that aims to protect gays
On February 20, 1864, Ludlow became a city.
On February 20, 2014, the City kicked off the celebration of its 150th anniversary, the sesquicentennial.
The City of Ludlow voted Thursday to sell its old trash incinerator in Devou Park.
The Ludlow Police Department received its first ever accreditation through the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police.
As the year 2015 approaches, it’s time to start thinking about Northern Kentucky’s next strategic plan.
UPDATE: The chemical spill from the Elk River in West Virginia is expected to make its way into the Cincinnati area at 9 p.m. when it should arrive at the Richard Miller Treatment Plant.