Students from Northern Kentucky University's Haile/US Bank College of Business won more than a dozen awards at the 2019 National Leadership Conference in San Antonio.
Visiting Google presenters and coaches hosted free “Grow with Google” workshops today at the Erlanger Branch of the Kenton County Public Library, with onsite instruction provided to local
The empty space that was once home to Toys R Us in Florence will soon be filled again.
A pair of pitch competitions will take place in Northern Kentucky soon.
Phyllis Lynch never thought she would end up with a career when her husband presented the opportunity to run Minuteman Press.
In a small Florence business strip, there’s a quaint coffee shop where you can enjoy a cup of coffee with quiet conversation surrounded by warm yellow and muted teal walls and bicycles.
A Newport restaurant is ranked among the sixteen best new restaurants in America by the online foodie site Eater.
A local couple opened their second location of uBreakiFix, a tech repair store.
Braxton Brewing Company will celebrate its fourth anniversary later this month along with a $5 million expansion that includes a new rooftop outdoor area.
When the new Burlington store opens in Newport this fall, it will replace the existing location in Latonia, the company said in a news release Wednesday.
The Covington Business Council will honor Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Brent Cooper at its annual dinner on August 8.
The Fairfield Market is now open in Bellevue.
The new spot operates at the corner of Fairfield and Van Voast avenues.
Gateway Community & Technical College received a $32,315 grant from Duke Energy Foundation to create a new lineworker certificate.
The 40th Leadership Northern Kentucky class was announced by the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
There are fifty-two members in the 2020 class.
A new sober living facility is now open on Madison Avenue in Covington.
The three-story, 10,800-sq. ft. center is known as Twin Rails Sober Living Facility.