An old nineteenth century commercial building on Pike Street in Downtown Covington is just about completed as it gets a second life as a residential community.
Gateway Community and Technical College is asking for the public’s input in a design workshop, or charrette, Thursday, February 13, that will help to determine the reuse of the First United Methodi
A celebration of the commencement of construction was held Tuesday at the Stewart Iron Works building which will soon be transformed into the new home of the Life Learning Center.
A new restaurant opening in Newport on Tuesday may not have come about had plans to reopen the Mike Fink floating restaurant in Covington not broken down.
It was constructed in 1888 as Covington Firehouse #4 and now 126 years later is on the real estate market.
The Paint the Town program will be in Latonia in June.
As part of the Kentucky Governor’s Mansion Centennial Celebration, a new documentary about the architectural, social, and political history of the residence is being released this weekend.
The City of Covington hopes to acquire the old incinerator in Devou Park that belongs to the City of Ludlow.
The historic Hoge House will be sold by the Commonwealth of Kentucky as surplus property.
2013 was a memorable year for Covington as many historic properties met new life and others met the wrecking ball.
Linden Grove Cemetery in Covington is hoping to raise $250,000 in a newly launched capital campaign.
The people have spoken and Kentucky's top two favorite buildings are both located in Covington.
The first of five homes to be promoted as "Shotgun Row" in Covington's Westside neighborhood was opened to the public on Friday evening.
The first of five long vacant shotgun houses to be transformed as part of Shotgun Row will be unveiled to the public on Friday.