A virtual public meeting is scheduled to discuss the future of the Fourth Street/Veterans Bridge which spans the Licking River between Covington and Newport.
The City of Covington is looking for buyers who want to develop eleven pieces of land and renovate six vacant brick buildings in the city's Westside (north of Martin Luther King, Jr.
A collection of artifacts - including bottles, various ceramic pieces, and even a pair of shoes found in Newport's West End neighborhood - began the process of being restored this afternoon as a te
The property at 1118 Lee Street suffered from years of neglect.
The City of Erlanger will work to revitalize and transform the Historic Erlanger Depot Museum, it was announced Thursday.
Governor William Goebel, who was sworn into office on his death bed after being shot in Frankfort, is the focus of the next NKY History Hour at the Behringer-Crawford Museum.
Work is set to begin on the facade of the former YMCA building in downtown Covington, which, along with a former historic bank building most recent used as a bookstore at Gateway Community and Tech
A historic and familiar building on Monmouth Street in downtown Newport has been renovated into modern luxury apartments called Tailor Lofts.
Work began Monday on a long-awaited restoration of the Roebling Suspension Bridge.
The Roebling Suspension Bridge between Covington and Cincinnati will close for a nine-month-long restoration project beginning February 15.
The Law Offices of Christopher L. Jackson announced last week that it will relocate back to its previous home at 713 Scott Blvd.
Thomas More University was founded as a teachers college for women in 1921.
The upper scaffolding at the Sacred Heart Church in Bellevue is being dismantled after months of renovation to the historic structure.
The City of Bellevue turns 150 years old in 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, its sesquicentennial celebrations have been postponed for a year.
The popular Beyond the Curb urban living tours that typically take place twice a year in Northern Kentucky's river cities, is virtual this year.