Evan Rouse, the co-founder and CPO of Covington-based Braxton Brewing Company, was named to Forbes magazine's 30 under 30 list.
Boone and Kenton counties are among the most generous in the state according to new data compiled by the financial advisor website SmartAsset.
Sanitation District 1 presented honors to three local construction companies for what the utility called their proactive approach to addressing storm water challenges, timely implementation of best
Northern Kentucky University's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) was selected as one of three finalists for the Excellence in Entrepreneurship Teaching and Pedagogical Innovation Awa
The City of Newport has launched a COVID-19 Financial Assistance Program to provide grants of up to $1,000 to assist eligible businesses impacted by the pandemic.
IT Supply Solutions is planning a nearly $1.9 million expansion and to create 15 full-time jobs in the coming years, following preliminary approval of a 10-year tax incentive agreement from the Ken
The owners of one classic Newport business announced Monday that they have purchased another one.
The City of Covington is urging customers to shop at the city's small businesses during the holiday shopping season.
Newport businesses are asking for support from local customers during the holiday shopping season by way of five new videos released on Wednesday.
Dr. Abdullah Al-Bahraini received the Kenneth G. Elzinga Distinguished Teaching Award from the Southern Economic Association, a national recognition for contributions to economics education.
Shop owners are bracing for a challenging holiday shopping season, the Kentucky Retail Federation said Tuesday.
Bircus Brewing Co. will celebrate its third anniversary on Wednesday and announced that it is adding wood-fired pizzas to its menu, with plans to offer pasta, soon.
Two new addiction treatment centers are opening in Kenton County.
A special holiday promotion highlighting small businesses was launched by the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet (TAH) and the Kentucky Main Street Program (KYMS).
Attorney Melissa Doss never set out to only hire women at her private law practice. In fact, she never set out to hire anyone.