The restaurant industry, like many other business sectors, has been severely impacted by societal restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce bestowed its NKY Community Awards on four members/organizations recently.
The City of Covington and Kenton County partnered to distribute thirteen grants supporting local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) announced this week that multiple board members were elected to new roles, while another was appointed as a member of the
Rose & Mary Bakery has moved into a new home at 39 West Pike Street in Covington in a space most recently occupied by Peppe Cucina, which closed earlier this year.
A new Mexican restaurant location opened in Erlanger.
Northern Kentucky Montessori Academy named a new director on Friday.
Three from Northern Kentucky were among the Leadership Kentucky Class of 2020 that graduated in a virtual ceremony last week.
The interim president of the Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureau (meetNKY) is now officially the president.
The City of Covington is set to assist five more businesses with rent subsidies or forgivable facade improvement grants at Tuesday night's city commission meeting.
The law firm Adams, Stepner, Woltermann & Dusing will now be known simply as Adams Law.
Covington-based the Point/Arc was named Best Adult Residential Care Home and Outreach Program in the inaugural Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit of the Year Awards.