A chemical reaction in a mixing tank inside a facility at the Ludlow Industrial Park drew emergency responders to the scene and resulted in the evacuation of a building.
The Ludlow Board of Education voted last week to take a 4 percent tax increase for the 2017-18 fiscal year.
Bromley's newest business is open.
The Keyhole Eatery & Dessert Bar opened its doors on Saturday afternoon and entertained a full house for the rest of the day.
This story has been updated to reflect that the Children's Home of Northern Kentucky was evacuated on Friday.
The City of Ludlow may soon be charging to use its athletics fields.
Some residents and members council don't want that.
A local grant program is expanding into three more areas of Northern Kentucky.
Circus Mojo and the Circus Mojo Community Foundation are hosting their sister circus from Stuttgart, Germany, CircArtive Pimparello, for a free circus sampler.
Ludlow Independent Schools will have increased security in the upcoming academic year.
The landmark Keyhole in Bromley is unlocked again.
Photos from the City of Ludlow Memorial Day Parade.
Photos by RCN contributor Patricia A. Scheyer.
The City of Ludlow and the Kenton County Fiscal Court will seek to acquire two buildings at auction next week.
Projects large and small that celebrate the historic preservation and restoration of buildings and homes in Northern Kentucky's River Cities will be honored next week.
The Ludlow city administrator saw her proposed pay increased reduced by a vote of council at a special meeting on Thursday night where the city's proposed 2017-18 budget was read for the first time