If you stand at the southwest corner of Fifh Street and Madison Avenue in downtown Covington, you'll find an artistic photo of the historic Odd Fellows Hall shortly after a fire nearly removed it f
The Kentucky History Awards were handed out on Friday and three Covington-related projects won.
In the month since "Ludlow Yards" was first announced, phones have been ringing off the hook at the Ludlow city building.
On a Tuesday in Ludlow, you can grab a cocktail at Second Sight Spirits, a coffee at Wynner's Cup, take in some sword-fighting at the NKY Fencing Academy, pop in a couple art galleries, watch a Cir
Demolition has begun on the next big residential project in downtown Covington.
The Ludlow Yards project may be the most talked-about non-development in Northern Kentucky right now.
The next feather in the cap of downtown Covington's renaissance may be the Bradford Building.
Sunday brought perfect autumn weather and hundreds of visitors to Ludlow for the fourth Beyond the Curb urban living tour.
Beyond the Curb is back and this time the Northern Kentucky urban living tour produced by the Catalytic Fund is in Ludlow where young creatives are opening businesses and historic stately mansions
It was a day dreamt up more than four years ago: that a former department store built in the early years of the 20th century as the first skyscraper in Kentucky could become a destination in the in
The downsizing of the Gateway Community & Technical College urban metro campus in downtown Covington appears to be in motion.
For decades it was just another dingy hole-in-the-wall Covington bar where ladies danced on a stage and men watched from the bar.
This fall, the Erlanger Branch of the Kenton County Public Library will undergo a construction project that will add 13,000 sq. ft. to the 15-year-old, 34,300 sq. ft. facility.
It looks like many other urban, historic alleys - brick-lined, empty.
Beyond the Curb is back and this time the urban living tour is headed to Ludlow (and part of West Covington).