Development

COVINGTON, Ky. - The pay is terrible, the meetings can be long and the process (according to some people) can be tedious.   But if you're inter...
Posted By Carolann Baughman

Rehab of the Lincoln Grant Scholar House turned a blighted building into a catalyst. COVINGTON, Ky. - To see how committed rehabbers can turn histori...
Posted By Dan Hassert

A look at areas outside of downtown Covington where ongoing initiatives and efforts present opportunities for progress and change.

Posted By Dan Hassert

A look at how much of the development in Covington is occurring on a smaller scale, with the City’s help.

Posted By Dan Hassert

KW Mechanical Inc. won the City of Covington’s “Spirit of Progress” award. From left, Mayor Joe Meyer, and, from KW, Marvin Wischer,...
Posted By Dan Hassert

A look at efforts to create a “contiguous and authentic” walkable experience for downtown visitors, residents and workers, and how that success is helping to drive economic development.

Posted By Dan Hassert

A look at the influx of new condos and apartments in the northern parts of Covington, what’s driving the surge and how it’s helping to create a more vibrant downtown.

Posted By Carolann Baughman

How the new vibrancy of the Pike Street Corridor area is a microcosm for changes throughout Covington’s urban core.

Posted By Carolann Baughman

The building at 611 Madison Ave. that houses Octave bar and music venue was built as a bank in the 1860s. Its castle-like façade was repor...
Posted By Carolann Baughman

COVINGTON, Ky. - A digital radio tower that enables police, fire and other first responders to communicate during emergencies in the northern part of ...
Posted By Carolann Baughman
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