The popular Beyond the Curb urban living tours that typically take place twice a year in Northern Kentucky's river cities, is virtual this year.
Editor's note: Bellevue’s Sesquicentennial celebration has been postponed for a year because of COVID-19, but resident, attorney, and writer James Dady has written som
A pair of World War II-era field artillery pieces are moving from Covington to Elsmere.
Northern Kentucky's urban communities are showcased twice each year in a popular walking tour produced by the Catalytic Fund, which has had a significant role in navigating the financing of many si
The Historic Kenton County Courthouse in Independence has been undergoing major changes to improve services and safety for citizens and employees.
A new fund has been established to assist the Campbell County Historical and Genealogical Society.
The Campbell County community of Camp Springs is the focus of a history lesson next week.
Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky and The Boone Conservancy have partnered to launch a new fund to support the Conservancy’s efforts in Boone County.
An historic downtown Covington building tucked behind storefronts on Madison Avenue is undergoing a major renovation.
Northern Kentucky Restoration Weekend returns on March 21 in Newport.
Long a part of the fabric of Covington's Eastside neighborhood, a 100-year-old church building on Lynn Street has been demolished.
It is unlikely that the corner of East Pike Street and Madison Avenue will be home to the relocation of Area 51.
Or a Day Spa for the retired Goebel Goats.
Bellevue High School now has a fully accessible entrance.
The Ludlow Historic Society received a Cincinnati Preservation Award for its restoration of the Latta Row House at 232 Elm Street.