This morning, Covington-based entrepreneurial education and business accelerator services company, announced it has added two local business leaders to its board.
One of Covington's more prominent tobacco shops, The Smilin' Smoker, has relocated a block north and they want their customers to know that they're still in business.
Yesterday, local designer Austin Dunbar was named "Designer of the Week" by Print Magazine, the longest-running stateside graphic design publication in the industry.
Since closing last spring, Kmart left behind a lot of empty space on Newport's Monmouth Street.
And now for some cool news from one of our great sponsors!
This new device proves that great things come in small packages.
On Monmouth Street in Newport there exists a unique place with a vintage feel.
Ludlow City Council discussed the former Huntington Bank building on Elm Street during its caucus meeting Thursday.
After a nearly three-year run on the 700 block of Madison Avenue, local restaurant Whack Burger will close its doors on Saturday and begin the process of moving to a new location in downtown Coving
Newport on the Levee reclaimed a space occupied by one of its original restaurants, according to a news release from the entertainment destination's management team.
For 16 years, Michael Smith worked in the corporate world as a salesmen.
It Started with 1 Man and 1 Mule. 100 Years Later, this Northern Kentucky Grocery is Still Operating.
Society demands fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers and herbs, pumpkins to carve and seeds to grow.
A nice check was presented to the Northern Kentucky Scholar House.
It was one of the new business spaces redeveloped during Covington march towards the creation of an Arts District along the Pike Street corridor.