Carlisle & Bray announced a new chief operating officer.
Low-income Kentuckians who shop at farmers markets this week will double their buying power.
The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge will reopen on Friday afternoon, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - District 6 Office announced on Thursday.
The tourism commissions of Northern Kentucky, Frankfort, and Bardstown announced a joint marketing initiative focused on bourbon.
Photos illustrate the seriousness of the damage caused to John G. Carlise School after a pipe burst, filling areas with water.
The Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati is constructing a brand new building on Washington Street directly to the north of its longtime home on Pike Street.
Covington Independent Public Schools announced Tuesday that the district is delaying its return for the new school year.
Since its founding in 1991, the Metropolitan Club shares 70 percent of its bottom line results with three nonprofit organizations: Life Learning Center, UpSpring, and Be Concerned.
BLDG Refuge announced Monday that it has acquired Cincinnati-based We Have Become Vikings (WHBV).
The forthcoming installation of a "Texas turnaround" in Covington to access I-71/75 is the topic of an open house hosted by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
"She had been in good health," Butch Callery said of his wife, Joyce, who died of a sudden heart attack on July 6.
Covington Independent Public Schools is working to improve its achievement rates.
A man was shot and killed late Saturday night in Covington's Eastside neighborhood.
The man accused in multiple robberies in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati was shot by police in Green Township, Ohio on Wednesday.
UPDATE: The suspect in this robbery was shot after another alleged robbery in Cincinnati.