Chris Meyer found himself on the other side of the Urban Design Review Board this week.
The Downtown Covington residential renaissance will get another boost if this next possible deal comes to fruition.
The new banners are up in Covington's Licking Riverside Historic District!
The banners commemorate some of the historic buildings while others reference the city's bicentennial.
Two sites in the River City Metro are headed for National Register of Historic Places consideration in Washington, DC.
It is an eastward gateway through Covington that has seen its share of ups and downs over the past ten years, but the first block of East Fifth Street is be
2014 will be one to remember for the Marianne Theater in Bellevue.
You have two chances this weekend to take in the beautiful historic homes of the Northern Kentucky River Cities.
Tours are being hosted in Ludlow and Newport.
For the second time in a week a local government talks about purchasing a building previously used by Trauth Dairy.
Some sweet new banners will soon be placed in the oldest neighborhood in Covington.
The building that Trauth Dairy once used to maintain its hefty fleet is now in the possession of the City of Newport.
Three properties on Main Street in Covington's Mainstrasse Village hit the real estate market on Thursday.
What kind of work on Kentucky historic properties is exempt from state building and energy code standards was addressed in part Wednesday by a state legislative committee.
It was a long road, but the reimagination and renovation of the historic Stewart Iron Works building is complete and the Life Learning Center has a beautiful new home.