As Covington and the Northern Kentucky River Cities usher in the early stages of an inevitable renaissance, a big push for progress came from ambitious entrepreneurs who opened news businesses and
Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center, formerly River Downs, is hiring 700 positions.
The $300 million investment by Pinnacle Entertainment is expected to open in May 2014.
If the internet is any indication (and when isn't it?), fans of Frisch's Big Boy aren't too pleased with the restaurant chain's decision to switch from Coca-Cola to Pepsi.
Meyer Tool relocated its corporate aircraft fleet to CVG Airport following the elimination of a property tax on non-commercial aircraft by local taxing districts in Boone County.
A position is open at the Northern Kentucky office of the Kentucky Innovation Network, home of the technology entrepreneur support program known as "the eZone".
River Metals Recycling in Newport was honored Tuesday by the Commonwealth of Kentucky as it was recognized for its new certification under the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHA
River Metals Recycling in Newport will be recognized by the Commonwealth of Kentucy's Labor Cabinet on Tuesday.
Ludlow is the only city in Northern Kentucky not to collect a gross receipts tax, a percentage taken from the total gross revenues of a business.
A new vintage clothing shop debuted at its first ever trunk show hosted by flow - a shop for men in Downtown Covington.
It was a busy stretch of nearly four hours in Covington for Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear on Wednesday, who announced at his last of three stops that three hundred forty-one jobs would be created
Governor Steve Beshear will spend several hours in Covington on Wednesday as his expanded schedule now includes stops at two growing businesses.
Your kid begs you to buy them a book, movie, video game or magazine subscription? You cave. You spend $25 to $100.