Northern Kentucky Restoration Weekend returns on March 21 in Newport.
Long a part of the fabric of Covington's Eastside neighborhood, a 100-year-old church building on Lynn Street has been demolished.
It is unlikely that the corner of East Pike Street and Madison Avenue will be home to the relocation of Area 51.
Or a Day Spa for the retired Goebel Goats.
Bellevue High School now has a fully accessible entrance.
The Ludlow Historic Society received a Cincinnati Preservation Award for its restoration of the Latta Row House at 232 Elm Street.
Ground will break on a new wing of the Victorian at Riverside, formerly known as the Covington Ladies Home, on November 20 at 1:30 p.m.
Northern Kentucky Restoration Weekend was recently honored at the 2019 Excellence in Preservation Awatds, hosted by Preservation Kentucky in Louisville.
A photo of Frances Peluso standing in front of her family's namesake grocery on Monmouth Street in Newport was used for years as a standard picture on display in areas of Hilton-brand hotels.
The St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption is one of Covington's most iconic structures, a project that began in 1894 and ended in 1915.
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.
The Tree Revitalize Program in Newport received a $10,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation and a tree-planting date has been set for Saturday, October 19.
A proposal to turn the historic Marianne Theater in Bellevue into condos was withdrawn, City Administrator Frank Warnock told The River City News on Friday.
Beyond the Curb returned for another urban living tour in Northern Kentucky's River Cities. This time, the tour was back in Ludlow where a variety of homes and businesses were showcased.
Beyond the Curb, the semi-annual urban living tour of Northern Kentucky's River Cities, returns to Ludlow next weekend.