Chicken Salad Chick announced Monday that it is opening its newest location in the Crestview Hills Town Center.
Crestview Hills City Administrator Tim Williams announced that he is retiring effective November 1.
The City of Crestview Hills now has a new park.
Nine Northern Kentucky city governments were approved for nearly $3 million in reimbursements from the federal coronavirus relief legislation approved earlier this year to address the
Thomas More University announced a new vice provost on Monday.
Maria (Cari) Garriga, Ph.D., will assume the role later this month. She has served as acting provost since October of 2018.
ProScan Radiology recently completed a move from 350 Thomas More Parkway to 568 Centre View Blvd. in Crestview Hills.
The office added new technology, as well.
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced the temporary shutdown of Zero Gravity Med Spa in Crestview Hills, the owners, who are also nurses, went to Florida to help out.
Taste of Belgium, known for its waffles and Belgian-inspired recipes, is opening a new bistro location in Crestview Hills, its first in Northern Kentucky.
Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Crestview Hills is closing permanently, the business announced on Tuesday.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital announced Monday that it would close its Northern Kentucky neighborhood location in Crestview Hills on Tuesday, along with similar operations in Mason and Eastgate in
Northern Kentucky's largest law firm is coming back to Covington, a city it moved from in 1983.
The City of Crestview Hills announced Monday that its summer concert series would be moving from Crestview Hills Towne Center to a practice field at Thomas More University in the city.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is hosting an open house for its plans to improve Turkeyfoot Road between Dudley Road and Dixie Highway.
The Turkeyfoot Trot 5K is coming back for its twelfth year.
Thomas More University announced its new president on Wednesday morning.
Joseph L. Chillo will begin in the role on June 1.