The second annual NewCo returns to Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky this week and several start-up businesses and related entities from Covington and Newport will be a part of it.
Ambitious, fledgling Cincinnati LAB Theatre will present two fully staged workshop productions and two original play readings by area playwrights in its New Works Festival in August at Fa
An open and relaxed workspace environment is a widespread trend that is showing up in a variety of businesses across the nation.
The first annual report from Red Bike is in - and the numbers show great interest in the regional bike-sharing program.
Covington's assistant city manager is now Newport's assistant to the city manager, a position that was created last month by the Newport City Commission.
For nearly 100 years, the tiny structure on the southwest corner of Fifth & York Streets had been a regular site for motorists coming into or going around Newport.
The old building at 736 Washington Avenue in Newport has welcomed good-timers to Mary Lou's Bar & Grille for decades.
The Newport Board of Education listened to a report by Chief Academic Officer Amy Gilkison that explains a program the district hopes to put in place called Reading Mastery.
There is quite a story of perseverance being told in the City of Newport - and it's a story that City Manager Tom Fromme was eager to share during this week's city commission meeting where an optim
Newport Central Catholic (NCC) has announced its annual golf outing to be held on Friday, August 5 at Hickory Sticks Golf Club in California.
It was one year ago that Red Bike - the Cincinnati-based nonprofit bike sharing program - expanded into Northern Kentucky.
It was quite a scene on Monmouth Street in Newport late Friday morning as a coffee roaster arrived.
The Newport riverfront will be more pedestrian-friendly after the completion of a project that will soon get underway.
There is a new event on the horizon that aims to link Northern Kentucky's River Cities of Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, and Covington.