The Metropolitan Club on Tuesday named Joe Hoffecker as its new executive director.
The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) has approved a settlement that allows Duke Energy Kentucky to raise its rates for delivery of natural gas, but reduces by about one-third the size of th
There’s nothing quite like making something out of nothing, according to Lisa Mansfield.
“I love making a treasure out of scraps,” said the Independence crafter.
Hotel occupancy in Northern Kentucky outpaced the national average last year, hitting a record high, the Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureau (meet NKY) announced this week.
Nine custom single-family homes are slated to be built at the corner of Devou Park Drive and Western Avenue in Covington.
Tewes Poultry Farm is celebrating its seventy-fifth anniversary this year.
Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky released its first annual report, which highlights progress from the organization’s first full year of operation in 2018, including contributions and as
The Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) announced Wednesday its new president and chief executive officer.
Lee Crume will assume the role on April 8.
UPS announced Tuesday that twenty-one drivers from Kentucky are among 1,436 newly inducted worldwide into the Circle of Honor, an honorary organization for UPS drivers who have achieved twenty-five
Meyer Tool, Inc. is expected to add 100 new jobs at a new facility in Boone County.
The art of dunkin’ is nothing new in basketball-crazed Kentucky.
Kentucky customers of Duke Energy electricity should expect a combined $16.5 million in annual savings, the utility announced Tuesday.
Sports radio host Andy Furman is the new public relations coordinator at Redwood.
Hebron’s Remke Markets store is going out of business on March 29.