The region's urban renaissance got another boost on Wednesday morning when Duke Energy announced the latest recipients of its Urban Revitalization Grants.
The lineup of workshops for the NKY Restoration Weekend scheduled for Saturday, March 12 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
It's a fish out of water, surrounded by many blocks of some of Covington's most stunning and historic architecture as well as the contemporary Ascent, but the 50-year old Kenton County Administrati
On Friday, March 11, NKY Restoration, an organization committed to providing educational opportunities to help foster vibrancy in the Northern Kentucky River Cities that promotes economic developme
The massive downtown Covington residential and commercial development known as Duveneck Square took another step forward on Monday.
Covington's Westside neighborhood will be the site of the city's first home made from shipping containers.
The downtown Covington residents boom continues this week with a groundbreaking celebration at the second phase of Pike Star, the historic building-turned-apartment community at 114 West Pike Stree
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An historic Northern Kentucky landmark was erased by fire on Saturday night, and the famed Rabbit Hash General Store was a smoldering heap of ashes when Sunday morning rolled around.
The Rabbit Hash General Store is on fire late Saturday night.
The historic school building that was once used to educate African-American students in Covington during the time of segregation will finally be an educational facility again.
An historic downtown Covington building, long vacant and mostly remembered as the city's Greyhound Bus station, will soon have a new tenant.
Well, this is different.
It has now been six months since the City of Covington and Columbia Sussex faced off in a Kenton County Circuit Courtroom, arguing about whether the historic Bavarian Brewery Building should be dem
For the first time since it was announced, in an exclusive report by The River City News more than a year ago, Duveneck Square was presented publicly.