Site Selection magazine recognized Northern Kentucky Tri-ED and REDI Cincinnati with the Mac Conway Award for Excellence in Economic Development.
The Northern Kentucky Restaurant Relief Fund announced seven more recipients of $1,000 grants.
Duke Energy received approval this week to increase its rate, though not by the full amount that the utility had sought.
Butler's Pantry is set to reopen next week.
Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has awarded $187,277 in Summertime Kids grants to 175 regional nonprofit organizations, including several in Northern Kentucky.
Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky has announced its next round of funding to be released during the coronavirus pandemic.
Papi Jocho's Street Dogs and Cantina is set to open in downtown Covington next week.
The Castellini Group of Companies, one of the largest fresh produce distributors in the United States, announced on Monday that it has completed the expansion of its Wilder facility to house Crosse
Two Northern Kentucky farms were among 103 across the state to be accepted into the 2020 Kentucky Farm Bureau Certified Farm Market Program.
Madison Place Apartments welcomed its first residents on Friday.
The former office-turned-residential tower is on RiverCenter Boulevard in Covington.
Thirty-four businesses in Ft. Mitchell received grants valued at $2,500 from the city, as administered by the Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED).
Fifteen more local restaurants were awarded grants Thursday through the NKY Restaurant Relief Fund, operated by the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Northern Kentucky Tri-ED, and Horizon Comm
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) has the lowest air fares in the region, according to a ranking report released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
In the three weeks since its launch, the LaRosa's Team Member Relief Fund has raised more than $300,000 to assist its 4,000 employees impacted by the economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandem