The Purple People Bridge isn't as purple as it used to be.
Northern Kentucky will play host to the 36th annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference this weekend.
The building that was once home to a long-closed Ludlow bar may be headed for demolition.
Covington's Lewisburg neighborhood is set for a major facelift.
New murals debuted in Newport this week.
Two Northern Kentucky sites are to be considered for placement on the National Register of Historic Places.
Six condo units have come on the market in Covington's Licking Riverside neighborhood offering an affordable entry into the city's posh historic district.
A photography show featuring work by Newport High School students opens Monday at the Newport History Museum at The Southgate Street School.
For two decades the sign caught the attention of thousands of daily motorists who drive through Covington along Interstate 75, even though for half that time the business that it advertised had bee
Preservation Kentucky awarded its Barbara Hulette Excellence as a Young Preservationist Award to Newport developer Mark Ramler.
Since acquiring Jerry's Jug House in Newport, new owners Mark Ramler and Stuart MacKenzie have made some discoveries inside.
It is on the Plan B for the Marianne Theater in Bellevue.
A local historian and museum were honored at the 2018 Kentucky History Awards presentation on Nov. 9 in Frankfort.