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NKY Powers the Region
NKY Powers the Region


Northern Kentucky: It's in the water

How a regional water technology cluster is building on a century-long legacy of innovation to grow business and create a bright economic future.

Why more informatics companies are calling NKY home

XCelerated Learning Dynamics and Clear Measures will create 341 jobs in Covington. Here's why these growing informatics companies chose Northern Kentucky.

Northern Kentucky announces 2013 growing companies

Twenty-one projects created a total of 2,282 jobs and over $466M in economic impact for NKY. Read more on our incredible year and the 2013 Thoroughbred companies that grew with us last year.


myNKY: What does it mean to you?

In January 2014, Vision 2015 launched myNKY, a six-month campaign to engage residents and business, civic, education and religious leaders in determining the future of Northern Kentucky in the next five years. Here are just a few of the stories they've already collected.

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NKY Boost

Tri-ED's new Business Retention and Expansion program is partnering with city and county leaders, educational institutions, and workforce organizations and reaching out to every primary industry employer in Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties. 

Featured Place

Ft. Thomas

Ft. Thomas

The very name of Ft. Thomas rings with historical echoes. Located in northeastern Campbell County, the town was renamed in the early 20th century after Brigadier General George H. Thomas, one of four key generals of the Civil War. Remnants of battles and forts can still be seen and studied throughout the area.

Ft. Thomas today is alive with sports and recreation activities for youth, adults and seniors alike, including a wealth of parks and fields for enjoyment by all. Ft. Thomas also offers personal, professional healthcare facilities at the St. Elizabeth Healthcare facility conveniently located on Grand Ave. Easily accessible by I-471, healthcare is minutes away for downtown Cincinnatians.

Ft. Thomas Independent Schools are consistently the pride of Northern Kentucky. In fact, Highlands High School is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top 560 high schools in the United States, earning a silver medal in 2010. Forbes.com named Fort Thomas Independent Schools as one of the top 25 public school districts in the country.

Learn more about the organizations serving Northern Kentucky at www.NorthernKentuckyUSA.com