The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) received $6.67 million from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), it was announced on Monday.
Hub + Weber Architects announced that after 47 years, it is expanding into interior design services.
The Christ Hospital Network announced a new primary care location in Union.
It opened Monday at 8780 U.S. 42.
Cincinnati Reds greats George Foster and Dave Parker popped by the new U.S. Bank branch on Buttermilk Pike in Ft. Mitchell on Monday.
The maker of Mentos and Airheads candy is joining the United Way of Greater Cincinnati and Cincinnati Bell to help deliver internet access to students across Northern Kentucky as part of its annual
Charter Communications announced that it is resuming its remote education offer that provides free Spectrum internet and WiFi access for sixty days to households with students (in kindergarten thro
The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce named Northern Kentucky state representatives Adam Koenig (R-Erlanger), Kim Moser (R-Taylor Mill), and Sal Santoro (R-Florence) as Chamber MVP recipients.
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, enrollment at Kentucky's eight public universities has remained steady when compared to last year.
The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program recognized St. Elizabeth Healthcare's Covington, Edgewood, and Grant Co. facilities for the fourth consecutive year.
CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services announced this week that it has acquired Clinart, a contract research organization that works in the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) region.
Northern Kentucky's largest law firm broke ground Thursday on an $11.3 million redevelopment project at an historic 4th Street building in Covington.
The former Barnes & Noble Booksellers at Newport on the Levee is set to become "The Exchange", North American Properties (NAP) announced this week.
St. Elizabeth Physicians announced an expansion of its flu vaccination program this year to include drive-thru opportunities at multiple locations in Northern Kentucky.
Northern Kentucky University laid claim on Tuesday to the nation's first Health Care Commercialization Certificate, a graduate program focused on developing and launching new products or services i
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