200 high-paying jobs are expected to be created after Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) announced the opening of its new technology and support center in Erlanger.
There's Mexican, Cajun, British, American (naturally), soon-to-be Dutch, and now on the horizon, Japanese food in Mainstrasse Village.
Unique Fair Trade products made around the world will be presented in an International Fair Trade show at The Polished Pearl in Ft.
Kevin Miles, General Manager of the Olive Garden in Florence, has attained parent company Darden Restaurants’ Diamond Club status.
The Kentucky Career Center location at the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) will close this week.
PrideStaff is seeking to fill over 100 jobs available in Northern Kentucky.
The Luther Charitable Foundation will be presenting a check to Sister Diane Mack in support of Carmel Manor’s Expansion and Renovation project.
A new digital tour of Covington is now available for your smartphone or tablet, produced by a Covington-based startup as part of the Cov200 celebrations for the bicentennial.
The newest restaurant in Covington, Inspirado, was celebrated by the City with a ribbon cutting on Friday afternoon, as city officials stopped by to congratulate owner Baron Shirley and his staff o
Speedway, the nation’s second-largest chain of gas stations, is looking to hire more than 200 employees in the Northern Kentucky and greater Cincinnati area.
Kentucky Representative Dennis Keene will be the guest speaker at the next Campbell County Rotary meeting on September 30.
John Geisen, owner of Izzy’s restaurants in Greater Cincinnati, including his establishment at 1965 Highland Pike, asked Fort Wright City Council for its permission regarding his usage of lighting
Imagine a parking space.
Now imagine a park inside that parking space.
Now what you’re seeing in your mind is called a parklet, and it could be coming to Covington very soon.
Newport on the Levee announced that the David J. Joseph Company will occupy more than 11,500 sq. ft. of its "Creative Class Office Suites" beginning in January.
The President of the Northern Kentucky Bar Association, Todd McMurtry, will be the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Kenton County’s luncheon meeting on Thursday, September 24.