Two donors with funds at Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky have joined together to cause a major permanent improvement for young people in Northern Kentucky by funding $1 million and als
Gateway Community & Technical College announced the creation of the region's first paramedic to registered nurse (RN) program.
The new Cincinnati Reds season is the focus of the next Eggs 'N Issues event hosted by the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
Saddle Creek Logistics Services announced plans Thursday to open a 544,320-sq. ft. e-commerce fulfillment distribution center in Walton.
The unemployment rate dropped from December to January in all the counties defined by the state as Northern Kentucky, a Thursday report showed.
Northern Kentucky University’s Nursing degree has been recognized among The Princeton Review’s best online nursing programs.
A Hebron man is among those turning to help local small business owners and would-be entrepreneurs through the free business mentoring program hosted by SCORE Cincinnati.
Kentucky Lottery sales surpassed $1 billion on March 4, 73 days faster than when the milestone was met last year.
Demolition has begun on whatever is set to replace the former Joseph Beth Booksellers at the Crestview Hills Town Center.
The landmark Keyhole in Bromley is open again with its original name and new ownership.
Klosterman Baking Company is hiring at its Hebron bakery this week.
A three-day job fair is planned for Wednesday through Friday (Mar 10-12) from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Jean Farmer, a server at the Newport Skyline on Carothers Rd., has retired after 35 years.
Newport-based New Riff Distilling will release nearly 900 bottles of a 15-year old straight bourbon whiskey in early spring, with all profits benefiting relief funds for bar, restaurant and service
A junk removal company is set to open its first Northern Kentucky location in Covington.
A Junk King franchise will occupy the space at 609 Union Street in Latonia.