Rachel DesRochers and the Northern Kentucky Incubator Kitchen (NKIK), announce Kitchen Convos, a new, exciting, and intimate series of live and recorded conversations with Greater Cincinnati’s food
The General Manager of the Kentucky Speedway, Mark Simendinger, will be the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Kenton County’s luncheon meeting on Thursday, March 24.
Borderlands Creative Workspace & Studio is hosting "Pie Day" on March 14 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in Newport.
Rekindle, micro-enterprise training and support program run through The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission, is seeking people interested in starting their own business or growing their e
Nexigen, a provider of Managed Services, Cloud Services, and Cyber Security Services, has been recognized nationally by CRN for providing its premium quality managed IT services.
Brewing beer at home is a fun, tasty, and worthwhile hobby, but as the home brewer becomes more sophisticated, upgrading equipment can be expensive.
Northern Kentucky Tri-ED has announced the hiring of two new professionals that will work within its Business Development unit, led by Wade Williams, SVP.
The president and chief executive officer for St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Garren Colvin, will be the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Kenton County’s luncheon meeting on Thursday, January 28.
This is a story about a girl and her dog—actually her many, many, many dogs.
The Kentucky Career Center will host the "New Year, New Career" job fair on Wednesday January 20 from 12:00-4:00 p.m. at its facility on Madison Avenue in Covington.
Social Venture Partners (SVP) has announced the 20 Semi-Finalists that will compete for funding and support through the SVP Fast Pitch Cincinnati program.
4C for Children has hired Tracy Carter as the agency's new Vice President for Agency Advancement. Carter will fill the position beginning January 13.
Northern Kentucky-based manufactured housing company, SSK Communities, has acquired 1,100 home sites in two major developments in Evansville, Indiana.
An historic downtown Covington building undergoing a renovation is the recipient of a $10,000 grant from the Covington Business Council and the Urban Partnership.
UpTech, metro Cincinnati’s accelerator for informatics-driven startups, announced today that the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development has approved an operational grant to UpTech of $100,000.