A sprawling historic building will soon be renovated to become nine upscale townhomes -- but before that work begins in earnest, The River City News got to go inside.
The latest Downtown Covington residential and commercial development is now leasing.
The former Hellmann Lumber Company on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in Covington was packed on Friday night as the city kicked off its bicentennial celebration weekend.
Crowds of people are always swarming the place and now there will be a new way to get in.
Work on The Hotel Covington has commenced, and contractors are busily demolishing what was most recently Covington City Hall.
One way to take in the warmer-than-usual January days this week is to stroll around Downtown Covington and take in all the construction taking place.
The VA homes redevelopment project hit a major snag, and city officials were left puzzled, when not a single developer offered a bid to acquire and rehabilitate the residential properties located i
Party in Old Lumber Building, Birthday Gala (After Party is Now FREE) to Celebrate Covington's 200th
Two of Covington's favorite things, parties and old buildings, collide for a festive weekend celebrating the city's 200th birthday.
The fate of the historic Bavarian Brewery building was once again the topic at Covington City Hall.
The old St. Elizabeth Hospital building in Covington is now in the hands of new owners, as is the building's primary business, Providence Pavilion.
Nearly a year after a fire gutted this home in Covington's Mutter Gottes neighborhood, it is fully restored and for sale.
With its impressive collection of historic buildings and homes, Covington is a preservationist's paradise.
It was a banner year for historic preservation issues in Northern Kentucky.