Two busloads of interns working in the Cincinnati area were brought into Covington on Saturday as part of a tour that aimed to introduce the summer workers to their new city.
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Amazon jumped into the Smart Phone market with the launch of Fire.
Eleven Covington businesses have been selected for new signage through the CoSign program.
Kentucky will receive a $6,174,556 Job-Driven National Emergency Grant (NEG) from the U.S. Department of Labor.
It is one of Covington's most iconic structures and is seen by tens of thousands of people each day that drive by it on Interstate 75, but for the past several years the Radisson Cincinnati Riverfr
The debate over how to finance, or even whether to construct the $2.6 billion Brent Spence Bridge Corridor project will move from local discussion to statewide on Monday.
Saturday in Covington will be bustling with activity.
Ford Motor Company has selected Gateway Community and Technical College to offer its Automotive Student Service Educational Training (ASSET) program in northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio.
Congratulations are in order for a pair of local wineries which took home awards at the 2014 Kentucky Commonwealth Commercial Wine Competition & Commissioner's Cup in Lexington over the weekend
Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) announced Peggy Casey as Vice President, Marketing and Informatics/Office Projects.
The couple working on renovating a building that once housed a nuisance bar where they would operate a chocolate shop, have turned the keys back over to the City of Covington.
Work has resumed at Commonwealth, the Kentucky-themed bistro opening on Main Street.
It has been a staple of Downtown Covington for more than five decades but as of last week will have a new owner.
Soccer fans missed video of a thrilling World Cup match between the United States and Portugal on Sunday when the ESPN feed to Time Warner Cable went black.