The Eleventh Street Bridge in Covington is reopened to pedestrians, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - District 6 Office announced Monday.
The Newport Southbank Bridge, better known locally as the Purple People Bridge, is expected to reopen fully for pedestrians by Thanksgiving.
Wheels on Monmouth returned to downtown Newport on Sunday featuring cars, bikes, scooters, and more in a festival that also had live entertainment on the blocks between 5th and 10th streets.
The old building at 533 West Pike Street in Covington is slated for a significant facelift and new use.
The Welcome House reopened its Gardens of Greenup homes in Covington this week following a $4.3 million renovation.
Jim Mallory, Vice Chairman of the Lewis and Clark Trust, appeared at the Newport Business Association's monthly luncheon Wednesday morning to talk about the goals of his organization, and present s
Four projects in Covington and Newport are among ten statewide recently awarded Kentucky Certified Local Government (CLG) program grants, the Kentucky Heritage Council announced Monday.
Beyond the Curb returns with in-person tours of urban living in Northern Kentucky on Sunday, October 3.
Two new historical markers are coming to Kenton County sites, the Kenton County Historical Society announced.
The Victorian at Riverside opened its new, accessibly wing providing the organization, formerly known as the Covington Ladies Home, housing opportunities for 40 women.
The effort to repair the Purple People Bridge received significant contributions, it was announced on Monday.
Ludlow's railroad legacy will be celebrated on Labor Day with Party on the Plaza, an event that includes a ribbon-cutting ceremony for an old caboose that will be on display.
A long-vacant historic building in the center of Dayton's central business district is now poised for a new life.
The historical marker honoring Jacob Price was taken down and placed in storage in 2015 as the housing projects named for him were to be razed and replaced by River's Edge at Eastside Pointe.
The City of Park Hills and its history will be the focus of Behringer-Crawford Museum's NKY History Hour.