The Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) announced Monday the hiring of Kimberly Rossetti as its new vice president of economic development.
The Family Dollar on East 32nd Street in Latonia will have a fresh new look on Saturday.
Northern Kentucky University’s Dr. Abdullah Al-Bahrani has been appointed to the inaugural Kentucky Financial Empowerment Commission Board by Kentucky Treasurer Allison Ball. Dr.
Carlisle & Bray announced a new chief operating officer.
The Cincinnati Business Courier Leadership Trust announced the addition of Newport business operator Mike Sipple, Jr. to join its ranks.
Three nursing programs at Beckfield College receoved programmatic accreditation.
Since its founding in 1991, the Metropolitan Club shares 70 percent of its bottom line results with three nonprofit organizations: Life Learning Center, UpSpring, and Be Concerned.
BLDG Refuge announced Monday that it has acquired Cincinnati-based We Have Become Vikings (WHBV).
We all know what waffles are, but "weck" may be a less common word.
John Marx is leaving his namesake bagel company after fifty years at the helm.
Known as "the Bagel Man", Marx purchased the business in 1969.
Thomas More University's new vice president for institutional advancement is Kevin Reynolds, TMU president Joseph Chillo announced this week.
The newest Gold Star Chili location is now open in Alexandria.
The shop, at 8031 Alexandria Pike, opened Monday. Construction began in March.
The Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs (GSE), an agency within the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet (EWDC), hosted its annual Demo Day at Northern Kentucky University on July 1
Wolf Steel Ltd., a manufacturer of fireplaces, grills, HVAC and other products sold under the Napoleon brand name, plans to invest $5.9 million and create as many as 30 full-time jobs with an expan