Nine leaders from Covington and surrounding Northern Kentucky cities have been selected among the sixty-six members of the next Leadership Kentucky class, the organization announced Friday.
"Ludlow's got a lot of good things happening. People were asking for this."
"We’re bullish on the future of Covington. We think our city is on the cusp of something great. We look forward to demonstration of this in at least four projects a year."
Brooks Flooring of Fort Wright is once again hosting its famous Fish Fry every Friday during Lent.
"He called me up one day and said, I know you've always wanted to open your own place."
Rima David is closing her 10-year old Rima's Diner in Crescent Springs to focus on her reopened and renamed Rima D's on Madison Avenue in Covington.
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A pair of Aveda Salons are celebrating Earth Month in the Northern Kentucky River Cities.
More than $200,000 was raised for the Life Learning Center, the Covington-based organization that helps people who have faced past troubles get a second chance at education and employment opportuni
Moody's, the national credit rating agency, has downgraded the City of Covington's credit rating from from A2 to Baa1.
Obtaining financing for a small business venture can difficult, particularly in our current economic climate.
Bellevue Renaissance hopes to help with that.