The Ludlow board of education hosted its regular meeting this month at Ludlow High School's Genius Lab where senior student Aidan Schaffner offered a tour of historic sites in Philadelphia via VR-A
A recap of the Bromley city council meeting from earlier this month:
The Ludlow Board of Education will swear in a new member on Thursday.
Three new mosaic benches will be unveiled in Ludlow on Tuesday as part of the Celebrate the River Cities Public Art Project.
The Ludlow Police Department collects toys every Christmas for families in need at the holiday.
It's not always easy to gather the number of toys the department needs each year.
The October 2 destruction of the Ludlow-Bromley Yacht Club was caused by a towing vessel's mate on-watch falling asleep, the U.S. Coast Guard announced Thursday.
Light Up Ludlow and Bromley lived up to its billing and drew crowds from both cities over the weekend.
RCN's Patricia A. Scheyer produced these photos.
The cities of Ludlow and Bromley are teaming up for a Christmas event on Saturday, December 7.
The Ludlow Historic Society received a Cincinnati Preservation Award for its restoration of the Latta Row House at 232 Elm Street.
Ludlow-based Bircus Brewing Company and Circus Mojo will celebrate their first and tenth anniversaries, respectively, next Wednesday.
The Park Hills Police Department is in need of new cruisers, according to reports at Monday night's city council meeting.
Technical difficulties led Ludlow students to help implement a new method for delivering announcements at Mary A. Goetz Elementary School.
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.