The following editorial is written by Tony Webb, Board Chairman of the Japan America Society of Greater Cincinnati.
Earlier this month, Covington officials announced the sale of the historic Mutual building on Madison Avenue which sits at the most prominent intersection in the city’s downtown.
A public hearing scheduled for next week in Bellevue concerning a large development on the riverfront has been postponed.
A planned Smart Car dealership that was to open in the retail space on the first floor of the Ascent luxury condo tower is now off the table, The River City News has exclusively learned.
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It's the end of an era in Latonia as Long John Silver's shuttered its longtime location on Winston Avenue.
Think of Kentucky exports. The stuff we make (or raise) and sell. What comes to mind? Corvettes, bourbon, thoroughbreds, aerospace… wait aerospace?
With the final stages of a $44 million renovation nearly complete, Kentucky Kingdom amusement park in Louisville is set to reopen May 24, the start of Memorial Day weekend.
Just five months removed from debuting as a pop-up shop during the holiday season, Kelley's Kloset has gone from one full-time location to two.
Though the team lasted just a couple months, the Covington Blue Sox have seen a resurgence of interest in recent years.
As college seniors throughout Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky graduate and search for jobs, Employers Resource Association (ERA), an organization specializing in human resources consulting, traini
Breakfast will be served on the Purple People Bridge in Newport on Friday.
Small businesses are the backbone of Kentucky’s economy, the state said in a news release Tuesday.