"I believe it will get national, international coverage. I think there is a ton of publications and media that would jump all over that."
The operators of the Arby's at 34 Donnermeyer Drive in Bellevue want to tear down their outdated structure and build a new one but their plans don't gel with the city's form-based code, adopted thr
A block of abandoned and neglected shotgun-style houses is reborn in Covington thanks to the Center for Great Neighborhoods.
The Rotary Club of Covington in collaboration with the Devou Park Advisory Board and Kentucky Rotary District #6740 renovated the area of Devou Park known as the Rotary Grove Memorial.
The City of Newport hopes to become one of Kentucky's Cultural Districts.
When Covington's population shrank dramatically in the 1960s and 1970s, some steadfast residents stayed firmly in place.
Or, so some believe.
NKY Restoration Weekend drew preservation enthusiasts and those working on (or aspiring to work on) old, historic homes in and outside the area.
The lineup of workshops is announced for the NKY Restoration Weekend scheduled for Saturday, March 22, 2014 from 9am to 4 pm at the Gateway Urban Campus located at 525 Scott Street in Covington, KY
Nominations are now being accepted for the 36th Annual Ida Lee Willis Memorial Foundation Historic Preservation Awards, which recognize excellence in the preservation of Kentucky’s historic buildin
The long vacant Marianne Theater will likely soon be under the ownership of the City of Bellevue.
NKY Restoration Weekend returns to Covington on March 21 & 22 and the Kentucky Heritage Council will be on hand to launch the public phase of its strategic planning process as well as tools the
On February 20, 1864, Ludlow became a city.
On February 20, 2014, the City kicked off the celebration of its 150th anniversary, the sesquicentennial.
The Mutual Building in Covington was once the center of commercial activity in a thriving downtown. It was home to the area's original Chamber of Commerce, restaurants, and a jewelry store.
The Cities of Bellevue and Covington have been awarded grants from the Kentucky Heritgahe Council/State Historic Preservation Office.
Some of the city-owned properties that are now vacant lots following a round of demolitions will be the topic of discussion at Covington City Hall on Tuesday night.