Earlier this year, the property at 333-335 Elm Street in Ludlow, commonly referred to as Ernie's, the name of the former bar that occupied it, was set to be razed.
The Tree Revitalize Program in Newport received a $10,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation and a tree-planting date has been set for Saturday, October 19.
A proposal to turn the historic Marianne Theater in Bellevue into condos was withdrawn, City Administrator Frank Warnock told The River City News on Friday.
Beyond the Curb returned for another urban living tour in Northern Kentucky's River Cities. This time, the tour was back in Ludlow where a variety of homes and businesses were showcased.
Beyond the Curb, the semi-annual urban living tour of Northern Kentucky's River Cities, returns to Ludlow next weekend.
In the City of Bellevue's search for proposals for one of its most well-known landmarks, only one development showed up at the city building.
Big plans are taking shape to change the face of Covington's Roebling Point entertainment district, loosely defined as the area north of Fifth Street, east of Madison Avenue, and west of Garrard St
The next downtown Covington building slated to be transformed into multi-family residential use is 809-811 Madison Avenue.
She stands out significantly among the rest. Her iconic look brings a unique character to the Bellevue's Fairfield Avenue. And, she’s often described as the quaint river city’s gem.
An historic home in Ludlow will soon be the site of an historical marker.
The City of Covington is seeking answers to requests for proposals (RFPs) from interested parties for three city-owned properties.
The City of Covington recently launched its first lead-based paint hazard reduction program.
The city received a federal grant worth $1.66 million for the program.
This article has been updated to correct a reference to "six men" receiving an award. One of the recipients, Alex Weldon, is a woman.
Governor Matt Bevin joined federal, state, and local officials in Georgetown last week to announce more than $3.4 million in community development block grant (CDBG) funds for housing rehabilitatio