Flipdaddy's Burgers & Beers appears to have closed its Newport location, and possibly others.
One Highland announced its first commercial tenant this week.
Fort Thomas Coffee will locate in a 3,600-sq. ft. corner space at the new mixed-use development in Fort Thomas.
OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine has delivered nearly 25,000 masks to twenty-three schools in the local region with plans to deliver more than 6,000 more to another ten schools before
Barb Hellmann was named as the finance director at Redwood, a newly created position at the Ft. Mitchell school.
A Florence movie theater will reopen next Friday.
Amazon will begin to hire 1,250 temporary, full-time employees at its Hebron fulfillment center.
Gateway Community & Technical College received an International 4300 Lineworker Bucket Truck from the Bowlin Group to assist in its training of lineworkers.
Dollar General announced plans to increase its distribution center and cold storage facility presence, naming its forthcoming development in Walton as part of those plans.
Gold Star is set to reopen its Bellevue location on Monday, August 10.
The space at 47 Donnermeyer Drive was closed earlier this summer for renovation.
The 42nd class of Leadership Northern Kentucky was announced on Tuesday.
Greater Cincinnati Foundation announced a $500,000 transaction involving the Catalytic Fund of Northern Kentucky, which has provided financial assistance and technical expertise to significant urba
Thomas More University announced a new vice provost on Monday.
Maria (Cari) Garriga, Ph.D., will assume the role later this month. She has served as acting provost since October of 2018.
Libby's Southern Comfort, a popular new-ish bistro in downtown Covington, recently opened a new patio at its Eighth Street location.
Poseidon's Pizza is opening its third location, in Crescent Springs, adding to the ones in Florence and Hebron.