Preservation Kentucky awarded its Barbara Hulette Excellence as a Young Preservationist Award to Newport developer Mark Ramler.
Since acquiring Jerry's Jug House in Newport, new owners Mark Ramler and Stuart MacKenzie have made some discoveries inside.
It is on the Plan B for the Marianne Theater in Bellevue.
A local historian and museum were honored at the 2018 Kentucky History Awards presentation on Nov. 9 in Frankfort.
The historic Nie Shoe Repair building on West 11th Street in Newport is in the midst of a makeover.
The Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office announced nine grants totaling nearly $100,000 for projects across the state.
Ground broke on the $10 million Kent Lofts project in Bellevue late last week.
A piece of Covington nightlife history is on the auction block.
The large, tall sign that once announced the location of Jillian's can be yours.
Ground will officially be broken on the Kent Lofts project in Bellevue.
The clock above the entrance to the Madison Event Center at Seventh Street and Madison Avenue in downtown Covington once displayed the time for shoppers who frequented the building when it was a Wo
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.