The Kentucky Cabinet for Health & Family Services may soon have a new home in Latonia for the local offices currently hosted in Downtown Covington.
The City of Covington has closed on the sale of the Mutual Building, making way for the long vacant structure's redevelopment as a luxury apartment and office/retail site.
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UpTech, the Northern Kentucky business accelerator program based in Covington that specializes in support for informatics-based start-ups, announced Wednesday that it is now accepting applications
The New Riff Distillery in Newport opens to the public on Thursday.
The River City News got a sneak peak inside on Wednesday before the evening's VIP event where the ribbon will be cut.
TJ Maxx will open its new location at Newport Pavilion on May 15.
The store is relocating from its longtime home at Downtown Cincinnati's Carew Tower.
The historic property operating as the Colonial Inn faces revocation of its business license next week.
Fourteen employees at the Cincinnati Enquirer were let go on Thursday as part of the most recent round of layoffs at the dwindling local daily.
People with an interest in Covington businesses are invited to attend Covington Business Excellence 2014, the City's first Business Recognition Event, to acknowledge businesses in the community tha
Cincy Sundaes will host its second ice cream social from 3-5 p.m. on May 11 at Covington Arts on Seventh Street in Covington.
Covington-based Ashland, Inc announced Wednesday that 800 employees would leave the company by the end of 2014 either through voluntary severance packages or by job elimination.
Bars and liquor stores in unincorporated Kenton County have been operating under the wrong ordinance and staying open past the allowed times, it was announced at Tuesday's Fiscal Court meeting.