A Covington-based company was purchased for more than $1.3 billion, it was announced this week.
A popular and rapidly growing fast casual burger restaurant is eyeing multiple locations in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati.
Ever heard of MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes?
The Burger King in downtown Covington is fully reopened again after a complete remodel inside and out.
Rick Zumwalde is a restaurant guy. He’s been a chef at one place, a solo owner at another and a partner in a third, and now he’s ready for a new chapter in Dayton.
The new Massage Envy in Newport is expected to open later this month.
It will be the ninth location in the region and the first operated by franchisees Chris and Kami Luers.
Former Covington City Manager Jay Fossett is returning to the city and he is bringing his friends and firm with him.
The Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center (NKYCAC) has been awarded re-accreditation by National Children’s Alliance following an extensive application and site review process.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber Women’s Initiative will host one of the largest networking events in the region on July 27.
A new restaurant and other amenities have been added at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG).
Kenton County Judge Executive, Kris Knochelmann, will be the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Kenton County’s luncheon meeting on Thursday, July 16.
The launch of The Big Red Mercedes-Benz of Fort Mitchell Sweepstakes, with all proceeds benefiting Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, begins July 9.
On Thursday, July 23, Cintrifuse and its partners will host the first ever NewCo Cincinnati event to showcase the people who are making the city a global destination for entrepreneurial
If you mention the name Marilyn Baker almost anywhere in Northern Kentucky, you’ll often get the same response:
“Oh, the pretzel lady.”
District 78 celebrated its two-year anniversary in June and in that time, owner Erikka Gray has learned a lot of lessons about growing her business.
For the third time, Kroger went before the City of Bellevue's board of adjustments and for the third time the company's plan to put a fuel center on Donnermeyer Drive was rejected.