Cincinnati Public Radio announced Thursday that Andy Ellis is the new classical music host at WGUC, the region's classical music station, and sister station to NPR member station WVXU.
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) announced earlier this month a partnership with Leadership Northern Kentucky (LNK) and its class of 2020.
Central Bank announced earlier this month that it will match community donations to St. Elizabeth Cancer Center up to $1 million.
The new center is under construction in Edgewood.
TiER1 Performance found itself on the Inc. 5000 list for the thirteenth year in a row, and the company noted that it was one of only a dozen across the country that can claim that.
C-Forward was founded by Brent Cooper in 1999 and four years later moved into a building at the corner of Fifth Street and Madison Avenue in downtown Covington.
It didn't take long for the new restaurant space at the corner of Seventh and Washington streets in Covington to find its second tenant.
The Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) announced Monday the hiring of Kimberly Rossetti as its new vice president of economic development.
The Family Dollar on East 32nd Street in Latonia will have a fresh new look on Saturday.
Northern Kentucky University’s Dr. Abdullah Al-Bahrani has been appointed to the inaugural Kentucky Financial Empowerment Commission Board by Kentucky Treasurer Allison Ball. Dr.
Carlisle & Bray announced a new chief operating officer.
The Cincinnati Business Courier Leadership Trust announced the addition of Newport business operator Mike Sipple, Jr. to join its ranks.
Three nursing programs at Beckfield College receoved programmatic accreditation.
Since its founding in 1991, the Metropolitan Club shares 70 percent of its bottom line results with three nonprofit organizations: Life Learning Center, UpSpring, and Be Concerned.
BLDG Refuge announced Monday that it has acquired Cincinnati-based We Have Become Vikings (WHBV).