Hemp has had a multi-million dollar economic impact in Kentucky stemming from the 2017 Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program, Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles announced.
A measure that would allow direct shipment of alcoholic beverages received final passage Monday in the state Senate and is on its way to the governor to be signed into law.
A family business operated in Northern Kentucky since 1955 has been sold.
Led by new demand at the Ark Encounter, fresh bourbon experiences, a vibrant culinary scene and new hotels, Northern Kentucky's travel and tourism industry had a record-breaking 2017. At their ann
Sullivan University is announcing a partnership with USA Cares, a Kentucky-based non-profit military assistance organization, to provide education and training opportunities to active duty and mili
The parking lot was already filling up and a line formed outside the Toys R Us location in Florence as eager shoppers looking for deals awaited the start of the national toy store chain's liquidati
The Cincinnati region is home to world-class arts amenities and is one of the rare American cities to boast an opera, ballet, symphony, art museum, regional theatre, and other accoutremen
The Remke Market in Fort Mitchell will close next month.
The news was confirmed by RCN's media partner 106.7 WNKR.
The new Synergy Table Games is now open at JACK Cincinnati Casino.
The casino hosted a grand opening party on Wednesday.
Point Perk will be staying open later starting on April 1.
There has been quite a different story on RiverCenter Boulevard since the devastating blow in 2011 when Omnicare and The Nielsen Company, two of Covington's largest employers, moved their offices f
Northern Kentucky University has named a new vice president for health innovation.
The Christ Hospital was named one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals by IBM Watson Health, a leading provider of data-driven analytics and solutions to improve the cost and quality of healthcare, ac