WILDER, Ky. (AP) — Four northern Kentucky cities have been selected to receive state grants to make improvements to parks and community spaces. Gov. Andy Beshear and Department for Local Government Commissioner Dennis Keene announced the funding on Monday for the cities of Wilder, Dayton, Covington and Bromley. Wilder was awarded $250,000 to build a community amphitheater. Dayton was awarded over $91,000 to update trails at Sargeant Park. Covington was awarded nearly $82,000 to help with the redevelopment of Barb Cook Park. Bromley was awarded $75,000 to construct a shelter, restroom and concession area at Bromley Park.