At the busy intersection of Madison Avenue and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., one corner is not like the others.
The old neon sign that bore the family business’s name for decades no longer hangs in the small storefront window on Pike Street.
The Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington landed a $1.45 million grant from The Kresge Foundation, a $3 billion private, national foundation headquartered in the Detroit area.
In a neighborhood where hundreds of thousands of visitors pay homage to the region's German heritage, lies a street who name is not original.
The structure commonly referred to as the Tanino's Building, named for its last occupant, a restaurant, may be the latest Downtown Covington building slated for redevelopment.
As part of the Governor’s Mansion Centennial Celebration, the Kentucky Executive Mansion Foundation, Inc. (KEMFI) will host a Summer Solstice Garden Celebration Saturday, June 21.
The East Row Garden Club kicked off its annual Garden Tour on Saturday in Newport's historic East Row neighborhood.
Give Back Cincinnati brought roughly 1,100 volunteers to Latonia for the young professional organization's thirteenth annual Paint The Town event.
Plans to turn a once troubled bar into a new chocolate shop have stalled, The River City News has learned.
The Hotel Covington will not receive New Market Tax Credits this year, funding that was presented to the public to be the final step before construction begins on the more than $25 million project
The National Main Street Center (NMSC) has announced that 22 Kentucky Main Street Program (KYMS) communities have achieved national accreditation, up from 17 in 2013.
The “Taste of Newport” is Sunday, June 8, rain or shine from 11 a.m. to 7p.m.
The Scottish Rites Temple sits prominently on a raised parcel of land on the 1500 block of Madison Avenue, directly south of Kroger.
The year's best preservation and restoration projects in Northern Kentucky's River Cities will be handed out Wednesday.