A Covington firm announced this week new investment in technology to detect coronavirus variants, as well as in blood-testing.
Fourteen people recently graduated from a local early childhood educator training program.
The City of Newport announced an elevated outdoor dining cafe seating program.
First National Bank of Kentucky opened a new full-service branch in Ft. Wright at 2001 Dixie Highway.
A yoga studio, clothes shop, and beef jerky seller were announced as the newest tenants at Newport on the Levee.
Cove Federal Credit Union named two new directors to its board.
Maureen Hebert and Sandy Cambron were elected to three-year terms.
Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine continues its expansion in Northern Kentucky with a new Fort Thomas location announced, and the forthcoming opening of its Crestview Hills office.
Arlinghaus University announced the graduation of its first class of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) technicians who are now employed full-time by Arlinghaus Plumbing, Heating and
Jim's Fine Wine & Spirits announced the appointment of sommelier Dennis Daugherty to its staff.
The Florence Antique Mall announced Monday that it is closing permanently after nearly 23 years in business.
Duke Energy awarded $300,000 in grants in fourteen workforce development education programs in Ohio and Kentucky to assist job-seekers and students in preparation for employment, particularly in th
Garden Grove Organics is moving from its longtime home at 701 Scott Blvd. to a new downtown Covington spot, 106 East Fourth Street, next to Molly Malone's Irish Pub & Restaurant.
The Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) recently conducted a survey with 86 Northern Kentucky business leaders providing insight on the opportunities and challeng
Newport Pavilion has been acquired.
The sprawling, 336,900-sq. ft. shopping center was acquired by Dallas-based Rainier Companies.