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Grants Lick celebrates 225 years: ‘It’s a community that helps each other’

Grants Lick is a small town in the southwestern part of Campbell County. It has been there for 225 years. In 1793, Samuel Bryan, the...

Old Covington Homes Haunted? Museum Program to Explore Topic

Some of the residents of Covington's historic stately manors have lived there for a long time.Like, a really long time.Apparently.There have been many reports...

Covington Building Painted Black, City Board Denies Retroactive Permission

Written by Michael Monks, LINK nky chief content officerA downtown Covington building was painted black without permission from the city and on Wednesday night,...

Historic Train Building to Become Home to Ludlow Heritage Museum

The Ludlow Heritage Museum and Norfolk Southern announced a lease agreement to preserve the railroad company's Ludlow Yard Store House building.According to the announcement,...

Roebling Suspension Bridge Reopening Delayed

The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge was expected to reopen by the end of 2021, but the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet amended that timeline on...

Covington Now Accepting Applications for Community Improvement Grants

Since its inception in 2018, groups across Covington have used the city's Neighborhood Grant Program to fund small projects around the city such as:A...

Former Dayton City Hall to Be Considered for National Registry

A building that was once home to Dayton's City Hall is taking a step towards being considered for placement on the National Register of...

Historic Campbell Co. Bridge to Be Rehabilitated in $2.1 Million Project

An historic span on Mary Ingles Highway (Ky. 8) in Campbell County will be rehabilitated as part of the state's Bridging Kentucky program.The bridge,...

New Pedestrian Bridge in Covington is Now Open

The Eleventh Street Bridge in Covington is reopened to pedestrians, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - District 6 Office announced Monday.The former span, which connects...

Purple People Bridge to Reopen Fully by Thanksgiving Even as Work Continues

The Newport Southbank Bridge, better known locally as the Purple People Bridge, is expected to reopen fully for pedestrians by Thanksgiving.Newport Southbank Bridge Company...

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