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LUDLOW - The issue of parking along the city's business district became a topic of lengthy discussion.
A t-shirt company will open a new facility in Hebron, creating nearly 300 new jobs, Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear announced Wednesday.
Newport Mayor Jerry Peluso is so passionate about expanding the presence of parking meters on Monmouth Street that his tie matched his opinion on Monday night.
The homegrown Bank of Kentucky has been acquired by a large banking firm out of North Carolina.
Ground is already moving at the site where two new office buildings will eventually sit, bringing hundreds of workers to Latonia.
Kroger announced Friday that its family of stores would be hiring for an estimated 20,000 permanent positions in its supermarket divisions.
Groupon is hiring customer service representatives in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. There are 90 part-time positions available.
Fifty business accelerators across the country were awarded a big grant from the United States Small Business Administration -- and one of them is Covington's UpTech.
Entrepreneurs, and those who hope to be, filled Pike Street in Downtown Covington on Thursday for the second annual UpStart event.
The Northern Kentucky Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation will present the 2014 Devou Cup to Frank and Patricia Sommerkamp.
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) installed electric vehicle charging stations in the terminal garage and ValuPark lot.
"We will be a catalytic impact on the economic development of this city. We have extremely aggressive growth plans."