St. Elizabeth Healthcare announced that it has performed its 10,000th lung screening.
The former Babies R Us store in Florence is now unrecognizable.
More than 700 members of law enforcement from across North America will be in Northern Kentucky next week as the region plays host to the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, I
The president and CEO of meetNKY|Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureau was elected chairman of the board at the Kentucky Travel Industry Association (KTIA) for 2020.
The Campbell County Public Library's new board of trustees member is Jonathan S. Cullick.
Rotolo is the new business set to replace the former Axis Alley at Newport on the Levee.
Post Glover Resistors Inc., a producer of power resistors, will expand its product offerings with a nearly $4.63 million investment in its Northern Kentucky facility that will create up to 15 full-
Bexion Pharmaceuticals announced that it completed a Type B pre-IND in-person meeting with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Clarification: An earlier headline used the term "drive-thru", and while customers will be able to drive up to the window to pick up their food at the Hebron location,
Northern Kentucky nonprofit organizations received $100,000 at a pitch competition designed for them.
The Barleycorn's location in Cold Spring opened its expanded patio on Tuesday night.
Alexandria-based Woeste Builders handled the construction.
Ground was broken last week on the expansion of the Building Industry Association of Northern Kentucky's Enzweiler Building Institute.
Governor Matt Bevin attended the event.
Children, Inc. announced that its capital campaign surpassed its fundraising goal.
Northern Kentucky University named one of its graduates as the new director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE).
Best Way Disposal cut the ribbon on its first transfer station in Kentucky during an event in Burlington.