A job fair on Tuesday in Covington seeks to hill hundreds of positions.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce presented its Northern Kentucky Community Award to John Nienaber.
Northern Kentucky Young Professionals (NKYP) announced the 2019 Next Generation Leader Award (NGLA) finalists.
The Boone County Fiscal Court has approved legislation to create a countywide Energy Project Assessment District (EPAD) which allows property owners to use Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) fin
After recently announcing that its cancer treatment drug showed positive results in adults, Bexion Pharmaceuticals said last week that it will conduct a new open-label phase-one safety study of the
Sub Station II in Fort Wright is celebrating National Pay It Forward Day by donating sandwiches to Parish Kitchen in Covington and Henry Hosea House in Newport.
The Duke Energy Foundation announced grants worth $264,138 to assist programs in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky that support education.
The Enzweiler Building Institute named its student of the year and instructor of the year.
The Manufacturing Institute bestowed its Women in Manufacturing STEP (science, technology, engineering, and production) Ahead Award to Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky general manager of product
The Covington Business Council will host a hard-hat tour of the new RiverHaus apartment development in Mainstrasse Village.
A Northern Kentucky University economics student presented his research at the Eastern Economic Association’s annual conference in New York City.
Northern Kentucky University will host The Lieutenant Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge (LGEC) on Friday, April 12 in the Otto Budig Theatre.
On Monday, April 1 and Tuesday, April 2, fifty students from Boone County High School and the Kenton County Academies of Innovation and Technology convened at Northern Kentucky University to learn
Fischer Homes is hosting an open house for its new model within the Reserve at Meadowood, a community in Crescent Springs.
Turfway Park's operations and real estate are set to be sold by JACK Entertainment, along with that organizations namesake casino in downtown Cincinnati.