As soon as it was announced that Northern Kentucky University’s men’s basketball team would be playing the University of Kentucky on Friday, March 17, social media went ablaze with some s
C-Forward announced a new vice president of technical services.
I believe using local tax dollars as part of the formula for paying for charter schools is a bad idea, especially for Northern Kentucky. Let me explain why.
Businesses today rely on innovative wireless and broadband technologies to serve their customers in the most seamless and efficient way possible—yet Kentucky’s communications legislation
Ft. Wright mayor Dave Hatter and C-Forward president Brent Cooper went to Frankfort to highlight concerns about the growing cyber crime epidemic.
If you think of Northern Kentucky in the same way the state of Kentucky does, we have 8 counties, 54 cities, and 18 public school districts.
It’s no surprise that the American Lung Association gave Kentucky straight “F’s” in their recent report card. Our state is the worst in the nation for smokers and cancer deaths.
At the NKY Chamber annual dinner this year, the new Chairman of the Board, Bob Heil (KLH Engineers), spoke passionately about the need for our community to increase voter turnout.
I’ve always loved the saying, “You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes”.
This past week the IRS announced they were eliminating more than 1,600 jobs in Covington by 2019. The announcement took everyone by surprise, especially city officials.
The Kentucky Board of Education presented its 16th annual Joseph W. Kelly Award to two business leaders active in making a difference in local schools. One recipient was Brent Cooper, the Ft.
Whether they know it or not, every business is impacted by the cost of flights at the airport.
Can this portable projector change the way you present at meetings, advertise your business, or even watch TV?
Take a look in this week's 60 Seconds of Tech from C-Forward:
Life just got more wireless!
Check out this week's "60 Seconds of Tech" from our friends at C-Forward: