The board of directors at the Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky has taken a stand that favors the construction of more houses in the region.
Four years ago, Northern Kentucky residents Tyler Retyi-Gazda and Josh Dickerson had a vision of a new restaurant concept, but were stymied by the many obstacles that budding entrepreneurs face.
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The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free workshop on Monday from 10 a.m. to noon.
A company that grew at Covington-based UpTech's 5+1 accelerator program last month is launching its new app - designed to help undiscovered artists reach new audiences faster.
Southbank Partners wants to help Northern Kentucky get wired.
Cincinnati-based fast-casual restaurant chain Tom+Chee announced today that it has launched a loyalty program and mobile application, just in time for National Grilled Cheese Month in April.
Heritage Bank has announced Kristie Henry has been hired as a new Business Development Officer to help grow the bank’s presence in Grant County.
Braxton Brewing Company will be celebrating their commonwealth roots with a 22 oz. bottle of their Mint Julep Style Beer - Kentucky Home.
UpTech, Greater Cincinnati’s accelerator for data-driven startups, announces their 2016 Board Of Directors.
The following individuals make up the 2016 UpTech Board:
“I’ll just build them myself,” William “Bill” Hagedorn proudly exclaimed in 1941.
Local author, Barry Kienzle, will be the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Kenton County’s luncheon meeting on Thursday, April 21.
Local start-up, STOCKpliz, a marketplace for the paper and packaging industries, has recently reported significant growth since its launch in September 2015.
A Latonia gas station has closed.
A sign posted on the door of the BP Station at 4301 Winston Avenue reads, "STORE CLOSED, Sorry for Inconvenience!"
The Home Builders Associations of Northern Kentucky’s Board of Directors passed a unanimous resolution regarding the upcoming 2017 Sanitation District No.1 budget on Thursday, March 31.
Fans of Jimmy John's, the "freaky fast" sandwich makers, opened its doors at 627 Madison Avenue in Covington on Tuesday.