"We've been battling this ever since we got here," said Emily Wagner of CrossFit Covington, the fitness center located in the city's Old Seminary Square neighborhood.
Three companies in Covington are among the twenty-six across Kentucky to share in $6 million in state funds as part of a program to support and attract technology-based small businesses to the Comm
Herb & Thelma's, the restaurant famous for its burgers that it has served in Covington's Lewisburg neighborhood since 1939, was featured on WKRC late last week.
A new restaurant opening in Newport on Tuesday may not have come about had plans to reopen the Mike Fink floating restaurant in Covington not broken down.
The number of passengers using the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) was up nine of 12 months in 2013, as was the amount of cargo, the largest improvement in four years.
The Christ Hospital Health Network in Cincinnati announced today its initial redevelopment plans for the landmark Drawbridge Inn site in Fort Mitchell, which include a 75,000-square-foot medical of
After nearly two decades of being self-employed working in commercial wiring, Tim Jensen wanted to try something else.
Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary unemployment rate fell to 8 percent in December 2013 from a revised 8.2 percent in November 2013, according to the Office of Employment and Training (OET)
Northern Kentucky Tri-ED closed 25 successful economic development projects from new and existing primary industry companies in 2013, making it one of the 10 best years in the organization’s 26-yea
A United Dairy Farmers location planned for South Covington is moving forward, a representative of the company told The River City News.
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Kentucky currently leads the nation in new businesses created, according to the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Covington Business Council (CBC) and its partner organization, the Urban Partnership (UP), which would oversee the proposed Business Improvement District in Downtown Covington, announced new of
Three new restaurants will open at Crestview Hills Town Center, the entertainment district's management announced Tuesday.
The Mike Fink floating restaurant departed Covington's riverfront Monday afternoon and is now docked at Newport.