St. Elizabeth Healthcare scored straight A's in the Leapfrog Group's spring 2019 Hospital Safety Grade.
Bear Paddle Swim School announced a partnership with Hope Floats Foundation to provide scholarships for swim lessons for low-income children and their families.
Northern Kentucky University and Gateway Community and Technical College each named new administrators this week.
Alto Pizza Kitchen + Bar, the first, and so far, only, commercial tenant to open in the new downtown Covington mixed-use development known as Duveneck Square, has closed for good.
A new coffee shop is brewing in Villa Hills.
Villa Mocha opened recently at 2809 Amsterdam Road in the Amsterdam Village Plaza.
The Building Industry Association of Northern Kentucky (BIA) was recognized as a leader in areas concerning workforce development, non-dues revenue, council development, and services to members wit
Northern Kentucky University, in partnership with the Tri-State Logistics Council (TLC), launched the Supply Chain and Logistics Hub last week to address a workforce need in the region. The hub bri
Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky recently received accreditation with the nation’s highest standard for philanthropic excellence. National Standards for U.S.
Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has awarded $752,600 in Safety Net grants to 20 nonprofit organizations throughout the region.
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Herb & Thelma's Tavern, the popular Covington hole-in-the-wall burger and bar destination, turns 80 years old this year.
This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of the Children's Law Center.
The Covington-based nonprofit legal service center works to protect the rights of children and youth.
Northern Kentucky University announced Dr. Hassan R. HassabElnaby as the new dean of the Haile/US Bank College of Business. Dr. HassabElnaby will assume the position on July 15.
Andrea Falcone will serve as the new dean at Northern Kentucky University's Steely Library.
She joins the Highland Heights campus on July 15, a news release said.