When the COVID-19 pandemic forced the temporary shutdown of Zero Gravity Med Spa in Crestview Hills, the owners, who are also nurses, went to Florida to help out.
Northern Kentucky students won honors at Square1's "NEXT" program and pitch contest, which was previously known as Startup Scholars.
Beginning Saturday, June 20th most TANK Local and Express routes will return to full service levels.
Taste of Belgium, known for its waffles and Belgian-inspired recipes, is opening a new bistro location in Crestview Hills, its first in Northern Kentucky.
The Covington city commission approved rent subsidies for two new businesses on Tuesday night.
A new hotel and office space are part of the second phase of Ovation in Newport.
Thomas More University announced the hiring of its first provost on Thursday.
Two parts of the recently announced Bridgeview Box Park at Newport on the Levee are set to open in the coming days.
Attorney David Kramer received the 2020 Covington Latin School "Disciplinam Award".
Sanitation District No. 1 has launched a new enhanced website to improve the online experience for its customers and others.
Brighton Center announced Monday that its president and chief executive officer is retiring.
Though Hagedorn Appliances was only able to conduct business online and through phone calls due to the pandemic, the Erlanger-based company donated $6,250 to DCCH Center for Children and Families.
The Cavalcade of Homes returns to showcase seven Northern Kentucky Homes on weekends in June.
CHNK Behavorial Health was awarded a Seal of Recognition through the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's All Children-All Families initiative.
An emergency fund created by the City of Covington to help small businesses pay rent and mortgages during the pandemic has been expanded to help long-established businesses that neither pay rent no