Looking to develop a deeper connection with clients throughout northern Kentucky, SHP Leading Design has opened a new office at 223 Fairfield Avenue in Bellevue.
On October 22, Erigo Employer Solutions was recognized by the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce as one of the region’s fastest growing businesses.
UpTech, metro-Cincinnati’s informatics accelerator, in partnership with the HCDC Business Center, Bad Girl Ventures, Ohio River Valley Women’s Business Council and the Ohio Small Business Developme
For 50 years, Henderson Music sold pianos and other instruments at 910 Madison Avenue.
The business closed its Covington location two years ago,
The Executive Director and CEO of Redwood, John Francis, will be the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Kenton County’s luncheon meeting on Thursday, October 29.
The new coffee shop Perks On Pike had its ribbon cutting by the City of Covington on Friday as part of the city’s effort to highlight a new bus
UpTech, the Covington-based informatics accelerator, announced today that Kevin Kirby, Dean of the College of Informatics and the Evan and Lindsay Stein Professor of Biocomputing at Northern Kentuc
Local businessman and explorer, Marc Phelps, will be the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Kenton County’s luncheon meeting on Thursday, October 15.
Kevin Canafax, vice president of Fidelity Investments’ Midwest Region, has been named Chairman of the Board of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, succeeding Wil James, Jr., president of Toyota Motor
Florence-based manufacturer Balluff is participating in national Manufacturing Day - opening their doors to students of all ages for tours and hands-on learning.
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The Covington canine community has a new place to get clean as Dogs-N-Style opens its doors at 806 Madison Avenue for the first time on Tuesday.
Johnny Chu, owner of the popular KungFood Chu's AmerAsia on Madison Avenue in Covington, just returned from a visit to his native Taiwan.
Paul Miller, the founder of Circus Mojo, will be the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Kenton County’s luncheon meeting on Thursday, October 8.
Randal Teufel has been a man of many hobbies.
There's Mexican, Cajun, British, American (naturally), soon-to-be Dutch, and now on the horizon, Japanese food in Mainstrasse Village.