This fall's Beyond the Curb tour was a celebration of five Northern Kentucky river cities and the new and new-again homes and businesses that define their urban renaissance.
More sites in Northern Kentucky were named to the National Register of Historic Places.
Battery Bates and Battery Coombs Historic District in Covington received the designation.
A proposed townhouse development in Mainstrasse Village finally got the OK to proceed after months of back-and-forth at the City of Covington's urban design review board, and years of requesting pe
The Dayton Board of Architectural Review voted 2-1 on Thursday night to allow the demolition of an 1890s home to make way for a parking lot for First Baptist Church.
The historic homes in Fort Thomas's Tower Park were built for U.S. Army officers in 1889.
They will soon be ready for new residents.
This story has been updated to reflect corrections of errors made in the initial press release and to clarify the context of one of the projects.
A long vacant historic building in Covington's Eastside neighborhood will soon be home to a coffee shop and bakery.
The business is no stranger to Covington.
Of the Northern Kentucky riverfront cities of Covington, Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, and Ludlow, only one is without one or more major apartment projects underway.
The Newport Southbank Bridge Company and EGC Construction will host an inaugural fundraising event for the Purple People Bridge on Sept.
The Ludlow Yards project planned for Elm Street at the gateway of the city was met with a chilly reception at a public meeting Thursday.
The Covington city commission honored a longtime member of the city's urban design review board on Tuesday night.
For the third time in nearly five years, a pair of properties on Covington's Pershing Avenue have been spared from the wrecking ball.
This story has been updated with a correction noted at the bottom.