Did you know that May is National Historic Preservation Month?
The historic downtown Covington building known as the Boone Block was most recently a liquor store and otherwise mostly vacant.
Families, residents, business owners, and visitors enjoyed a perfect afternoon of parklet hopping in downtown Covington on Friday.
This story has been updated.
On a near-perfect Sunday afternoon, Bellevue and Dayton showed up to feed the growing hunger for city living.
Recently, Karen Rafuse passed away. She was a strong proponent for the preservation of Covington's Licking Riverside neighborhood and she and her husband, Peter, owned the Carneal House.
The Newport riverfront is poised to become even more entertaining, so long as a newly announced dream comes to fruition.
And $3 million turns up, too.
A Covington preservation project has scored national attention.
After massive successes in Covington and Newport in 2015, Beyond the Curb is back and this time the wildly popular urban living tour is headed to Bellevue and Dayton.
Hundreds of supporters gathered at the new World Headquarters of Colonel De Herbs & Spices for the Rabbit Hash Bash event on March 12.
Less than 20 years ago, there were trees growing through the floor of The Carnegie’s long-unused theater. Vines twisted through the balconies.
In 1918, Sam Droganes - the first of three men in this story with that name - constructed a commercial building on the 200 block of Pike Street in downtown Covington.
The region's urban renaissance got another boost on Wednesday morning when Duke Energy announced the latest recipients of its Urban Revitalization Grants.