People with an interest in Covington businesses are invited to attend Covington Business Excellence 2014, the City's first Business Recognition Event, to acknowledge businesses in the community tha
Cincy Sundaes will host its second ice cream social from 3-5 p.m. on May 11 at Covington Arts on Seventh Street in Covington.
Small business owners looking to recharge their marketing strategy should consider attending this free event in Bellevue.
Troy Williams set a goal for himself to open his own salon before his fortieth birthday.
That milestone happens next month and his goal was achieved just in time.
Sandi Stonebraker has operated her small, children-oriented shop on Sixth Street in Mainstrasse Village for sixteen years and while the focus will remain on the youngest of customers (or, more spec
Back in November, The River City News profiled Spotted Yeti Media as it moved to Covington to share a space with Scooter Media.
A pair of students from Northern Kentucky University earned $2,540 for their product, Veggie Magic.
A cloud service brokerage firm is moving to Covington from Boone County after scouring sites across Greater Cincinnati.
Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) announced that Clifford A.
Jennifer Graham thought her Great Dane, Rufus, was the world’s best pal. She thought that even after Rufus took sick and passed away.
Dolls passed through generations of family members can become worn and weathered throughout the years but when a head falls off, a face gets dirty, or an original dress is ripped there is sanctuary
A brewery will soon occupy 11,000 square feet on Covington's Seventh Street, occupying the space where Covington Arts and an architecture firm currently operate.