Many people from Northern Kentucky become frustrated from sitting in traffic and battling for parking spaces every day as they commute across the river to their jobs.
There will soon be two new structures in Latonia.
The Kentucky-Indiana Joint Board on Wednesday approved the hiring of a Louisville company to provide marketing, branding, and communications services related to an all-electronic tolling system for
Three new fast food restaurants will open in Covington, soon -- one for the first time in the city's history.
A grocery store with multiple locations is looking to add to its management team.
It was 1999 and the technology world was facing an international news and industry event: Y2K.
Some Frankfort power players will be wined and dined in Northern Kentucky, and then a day's worth of brags and wants will be laid out for them.
There is lots of movement going on with some Downtown Covington businesses. Some of the news is good and some of it is bad.
Ludlow City Council narrowly approved a text amendment on sign regulations that now allows businesses to put up signs as large as 60 square feet.
Memorial Fund Established for Education of Children Left Behind After Covington Entrepreneur's Death
One of the co-founders of a Covington company that emerged from the first class at UpTech, the technology start-up accelerator, died after an accident while vacationing in North Carolina with his f
The Commonwealth wants to hear from you about the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's draft 2014 Kentucky Statewide Rail Plan, a highlight of the state's current passenger and freight rail connection
This article appears courtesy of KY Forward and is written by Judy Clabes.
There will be no apartments on the Bellevue riverfront.