Historic preservation in Northern Kentucky's river cities will be celebrated Wednesday during the 2019 River Cities Excellence in Preservation Awards ceremony.
A new statewide heritage tourism program is underway and four Northern Kentucky counties are part of it.
In February, the City of Ludlow was prepared to send the building commonly referred to as Ernie's to its end.
The Catalytic Fund's semi-annual Beyond the Curb event returned to Covington over the weekend, showcasing Mainstrasse Village on its urban living tour.
818 Monmouth Street in Newport is the historic home to one of Northern Kentucky's most beloved twentieth century retail establishments, Eilerman's.
For nearly ten years, the mural named "An Epic of Time and Town" has captured the attention of visitors to Covington's Mainstrasse Village.
When the Ohio River reached then-record levels in 1884, the catastrophic flood displaced thousands of Covington residents.
When Notre Dame Cathedral burned on April 15, people across the world mourned the damage.
Beyond the Curb - Northern Kentucky's urban living tour - returns to Covington next week.
A new medical facility could soon make its way to Newport.
The Kentucky Main Street Program will host its annual conference in Covington April 23-25.
Downtown Covington's newest residential redevelopment is set to hit the market.
The historic Covington home of Mary Florence Taney will receive an historic marker on Saturday.
The Purple People Bridge isn't as purple as it used to be.