A large importer and wholesaler of home decor products is moving its operations to Erlanger.
Kentucky American Water announced that Adam Caswell will join the organization as director of government affairs.
Pier 1 will close all its retail stores, the Texas-based home furnishings and decor company announced Tuesday.
Newport-based Wood Hudson Cancer Research Laboratory announced that it has brought on ten college students from eight different schools for this year's hands-on research experience.
Two new members were named to the Gateway Community & Technical College Foundation board.
Hotel Covington and its Coppin's Restaurant & Bar are set to resume operations on Friday.
A new combination Donato's Pizza and Whit's Frozen Custard is coming to Highland Heights.
Ten more restaurants were awarded $1,000 grants from the NKY Restaurant Relief Fund in what is expected to be its final round of giving.
The mayors of the cities of Ft. Mitchell and Erlanger each took executive action in an effort to assist restaurants as they begin the reopening process during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Leadership Northern Kentucky's Class of 2020 named three organizations as recipients of its fundraising efforts.
Leadership NKY is a program of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
Ground is now broken on the new Rivers Pointe Estates, a new single-family home development in Hebron.
Eleven businesses will receive $2,000 each under a small business emergency assistance program that the City of Newport launched due to the disruption of the economy caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
A $10,000 donation from the Cincinnati Regional Business Committee (CRBC) will allow the NKY Restaurant Relief program to resume.
Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Crestview Hills is closing permanently, the business announced on Tuesday.