A newly formed team of human resources, legal, and accounting professionals launched a new professional employer organization (PEO).
Small businesses in Covington have until Friday, January 29, to apply for the next round of help in paying first-year rent or fixing up exteriors.
Northern Kentucky University President Ashish Vaidya was appointed to serve on the board of directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland's Cincinnati Branch.
A new Twin Peaks restaurant is coming to Florence.
The Dallas-based chain will locate at 6835 Houston Rd., previously home to Logan's Roadhouse.
This article has been updated to correct the spelling of Wendy Vonderhaar's name.
Legion Logistics is set to occupy a 5,000-sq. ft. office space at Newport on the Levee.
The third-party Florence-based company spent roughly two years looking for a new home.
The City of Erlanger launched the $1.2 million Erlanger Business Relief Program to assist businesses recover from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City of Covington announced that its grant program to help businesses during the pandemic has ended with all the funds exhausted.
The Victorian at Riverside Residence for Senior Women announced the addition of Carole Campbell Williams as a new trustee for the 135-year old Covington-based organization.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce announced that it is launching a new quarterly program called "Ask the Expert: Small Business Series".
Adams Law, a Covington-based law firm, announced the addition of two new associate attorneys.
The City of Covington approved an incentive package this week to secure Protective Life Corp.'s move to RiverCenter I.
The Golden Corral restaurant in Ft. Wright is set to be demolished to make way for a new location of Mike's Car Wash, the second Northern Kentucky location for the regional chain.
Covington-based CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services announced Wednesday that its research site was one of the top enrolling sites for the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 phase three trial.
Northern Kentucky Young Professionals (NKYP) announced the members of its 2020-21 steering committee.