Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky released its first annual report, which highlights progress from the organization’s first full year of operation in 2018, including contributions and as
The Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) announced Wednesday its new president and chief executive officer.
Lee Crume will assume the role on April 8.
UPS announced Tuesday that twenty-one drivers from Kentucky are among 1,436 newly inducted worldwide into the Circle of Honor, an honorary organization for UPS drivers who have achieved twenty-five
Meyer Tool, Inc. is expected to add 100 new jobs at a new facility in Boone County.
The art of dunkin’ is nothing new in basketball-crazed Kentucky.
Kentucky customers of Duke Energy electricity should expect a combined $16.5 million in annual savings, the utility announced Tuesday.
Sports radio host Andy Furman is the new public relations coordinator at Redwood.
Hebron’s Remke Markets store is going out of business on March 29.
Crestville Drugs will close for good on Tuesday.
A pharmacist made the announcement on the long-running business's Facebook page on Saturday.
Locations in Covington and Sparta have been added to the B-Line, which highlights Northern Kentucky's bourbon tour.
The Newport Business Association hosted its annual meeting and presentation of awards this week at the Newport Syndicate.
The following awards were presented:
DBL Law has a new managing partner.
Renaissance Covington has a new executive director.
The downtown promotional organization's board of directors announced the hiring of Nick Wade on Thursday.
Northern Kentucky University was named a Military Friendly School this week for its creation of a supporting environment for veterans.