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The City of Ludlow is ramping up its efforts to preserve its historic building stock and to create clear guidelines for property owners and businesses.
Ground is now officially broken on the Academy at 4th.
A new bank branch is looking to open on Buttermilk Pike in Ft. Mitchell, but first, a demolition would take place.
It may be hard to imagine, but in the 1890s, the Roebling Suspension Bridge was considered for demolition.
The 39th annual Ida Lee Willis Memorial Foundation Preservaton Awards were handed out at the Kentucky Governor's Mansion this week, in partnership with the Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic
Historic preservation in Northern Kentucky's river cities will be celebrated this Thursday during the 2018 River Cities Excellence in Preservation Awards ceremony.
It has been a year and a half since a Pike Street building partially collapsed, sending a pile of bricks on top of a group of young students and chaperones.
Albert Fedders, a 20-year veteran of the Greater Cincinnati construction industry, launched a commercial contracting firm that will be located in an historic Newport building.
The Northern Kentucky Heritage League is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary.
With the first phase of the massive project nearly complete, Duveneck Square prepares to move across the street to begin work on the next phase.
The annual River Cities Preservation Awards program is coming up and seeks nominations.
The cities of Covington, Newport, Bellevue, and Ludlow participate in the program.
A downtown Covington parking lot will soon be home to a high-end condo tower.