The state Senate passed a measure Thursday that would exempt public schools from a statute requiring them to pay construction workers a specified minimum – often referred to as the prevailing wage
A proposed United Dairy Farmers gas station and convenience store still has a chance to be built in Taylor Mill, after the Kenton County Planning Commission voted 18-2 in favor of recommending prop
A drop in burley prices from around $2 or more per pound in recent years to $1.40 per pound or less at current auction is a sign of “volatility” in Kentucky’s tobacco market, an agriculture economi
Four community leaders have joined the board of directors of the Gateway Community and Technical College Foundation.
A sad development at the Newport Plaza where a longtime tenant has announced its impending closure.
Remke Market will leave Newport on March 8.
The Kroger store on Madison Avenue saw a small upgrade this week.
Larry and Chris Dettmer, both veterans of the United States Air Force, had worked for many years in the insurance industry when they decided to seek other professional
Branson AirExpress operated by Orange Air announces discount flights to Branson (BKG), New Orleans (MSY), and Cancun, Mexico (CUN) starting May 7th. Flights will be in a 150 seat MD-83
This morning, Covington-based entrepreneurial education and business accelerator services company, announced it has added two local business leaders to its board.
One of Covington's more prominent tobacco shops, The Smilin' Smoker, has relocated a block north and they want their customers to know that they're still in business.