Allegiant Air announced Tuesday expanded service from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) to Austin, TX (AUS) and Savannah, GA (SAV).
Two separate businesses are creating very unique products inside a building on West Pike Street in Downtown Covington.
The new Chipotle coming to Downtown Covington's fast food district took another step this week when the Board of Adjustments approved the developer's signage requests.
A new communications director has been named at Gateway Community & Technical College.
Southbank Partners and the Catalytic Fund have teamed up with the Bluegrass International Fund to attract foreign investment to the state and region.
New chairmen have been named for the Covington Business Council and the Urban Partnership, the organizations announced Monday.
Congratulations to the owners of Covington-based Great Here, the web design and development firm located on Pike Street.
The leader of Northern Kentucky's largest employer has stepped down.
An Erlanger businessman, Kevin Eberly, owner of Money Mailer of Northern Kentucky, received $5,000 after winning the Money Mailer Franchisee of the Year and President's Club Awards from the company
Children, Inc. will present its 2015 Charity In Action Award to Covington business owner and Ft. Thomas resident Brent Cooper.
He stood in a conference room at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce offices in Ft. Mitchell, making his pitch to some of the region's wealthiest men.
The Kentucky House voted Tuesday to pass legislation that would gradually raise Kentucky’s government-mandated minimum wage to $10.10 an hour by July 2017.
A Kentucky House of Representatives committee approved on Tuesday a proposed local option sales tax constitutional amendment that, if approved by the state’s voters, could help cities and counties
Yesterday afternoon, over 100 students from local colleges and universities flooded the offices of UpTech to take part in a first-of-its-kind career fair hosted by the Covington-based infomatics bu
When Radio Shack begins closing its stores across the country Northern Kentucky will have only one location left, if company documents are correct.