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CVG collecting stories to remember Terminals 1 and 2 before demolition

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is asking the community to share stories and photos from memories of Terminals 1 and 2, which will be demolished this year to make way for the construction of a new car rental facility.

Center for Great Neighborhoods launches Healthy Corner Store Initiative

The Center for Great Neighborhoods recently launched the Healthy Corner Store Initiative to give Covington residents access to healthy food choices.

Rebuilding, artfully, in Kentucky

The national website of Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) featured a story about the amazing community-building work LISC Cincinnati has done in Covington in partnership with the Center for Great Neighborhoods.

Meet UpTech's newest graduates

Covington-based UpTech graduated its latest business accelerator class on Feb. 4, with eight startups pitching to a sold-out crowd in the organization's fourth demo day.

Plans for $24 million Dayton Riverfront Commons project revealed

Cincinnati-based KZF architecture and engineering firm revealed during a recent public meeting the design plans for a riverfront project in Dayton that's part of the Riverfront Commons Trail.

Federal Express details plans of $150 million NKY expansion

FedEx plans to expand its Northern Kentucky hub by purchasing 80 acres of land to construct a 355,000-square-foot expansion on its existing distribution center in Independence, with a total cost of $150 million.

Northern Kentucky FAME helps solve the workforce shortage

Industry Week Magazine includes Northern Kentucky FAME's manufacturing apprenticeship program in a story about creative efforts to deal with workforce shortages.

Two NKY school districts show kindergarten readiness gains

The United Way Success By 6 program is being credited as the driving force behind Dayton Independent Schools and Erlanger-Elsmere Schools increasing the number of children prepared to succeed in kindergarten.

Ark Encounter builder wins legal battle over tax incentives

A federal judge has ruled that Kentucky officials can't block Answers in Genesis from the sales tax tourism incentive funds it seeks to help fund its Ark Encounter attraction near Williamstown.

Five designs chosen for Curb'd parklets in Covington this spring

Five ideas from local businesses and design teams were chosen last week for Curb'd, which will turn ordinary Covington parking spaces into parklets, or miniature parks, starting in May.

Why CVG's surge in passengers continued in 2015

The number of passengers who flew from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in 2015 saw a notable bump, a continuing sign of the airport's resurgence, even as dominant Delta Air Lines continues to cut flights.

Thomas More ranked as top Ky college where grads make the most money

Thomas More College has been cited as the top college in Kentucky "where the student body goes on to earn the most money," according to The Chive social media site.

Second NKY incubator kitchen focuses on helping small food companies get started

Rachel DesRochers, owner of Covington-based Grateful Grahams and Northern Kentucky Incubator Kitchen, has opened a second incubator kitchen in Newport called The Hatchery to help new businesses “hatch” their ideas.

Local group celebrates one year of random acts of kindness

Local group Random Acts of Kindness is celebrating its one-year anniversary by repeating a citywide clothing drive and hosting two fundraisers at Leapin Lizard Lounge in Covington: Rivertown Stomp on Jan. 22 and RAOK the Casbah on Jan. 30.

Next hot neighborhoods: Newport and Covington

Cincinnati Magazine suggests the area's "next hot neighborhoods" are Newport and Covington, saying Northern Kentucky is more than just "Cincinnati south."
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