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Renovated Meinken Field debuts with ceremony honoring Covington employees

Covington honors city leaders responsible for $1 million renovation of Meinken Field.

Baseball superfan Dale Silver hits a homerun as new president of Rosie Reds

Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Vice Chair Dale Silver, a lifelong baseball fan and athlete in her own right, will serve as president of the Rosie Reds booster organization this season.

Bash for Rabbit Hash General Store raises over $11,000

Hundreds of supporters gathered for the Rabbit Hash Bash event on March 12 to raise over $11,000 for rebuilding the Rabbit Hash General Store, which was destroyed by a devastating fire on Feb. 14.

Hotel Covington to open its doors this summer

The long-awaited Hotel Covington will open at 638 Madison Ave. in downtown Covington this summer in the space known by many Northern Kentuckians as the Coppins Building.

Paddlefest offers a number of changes for 15th annual splash in August

Greater Cincinnati's Paddlefest event will see a number of changes in 2016, including a new date (Aug. 6), a different route (including a mid-point stop in Covington), route guides and a new sponsor.

Center for Great Neighborhoods offering free tax preparation in Covington

The Center for Great Neighborhoods offers free tax preparation every year for low-to-moderate income households in Covington, with clinics three days a week through April 16.

NKY smoking rates continue to be concern for health officials

The volume of smokers in Kentucky ranks the state as third in the nation, and Northern Kentucky contributes heavily to that figure.

In Newport, plans to heal an east-west divide

A group of residents known as ReNewport wants to improve the city around economic development, housing, education, community engagement, parks and recreation and health, wellness and safety.

Wow: Possible designs for Covington's riverfront emerge

Covington City Commission revealed Feb. 23 the possible plans for what the city's riverfront could become, thanks to a presentation by Human Nature, the Cincinnati-based firm that works in the design of public spaces.

How Florence-based Kona Ice became a national household name

The tale of how his daughter’s bad experience with an ice cream truck vendor planted the seed for Tony Lamb to found Kona Ice has been shared many times, but there's a lot more to the story.

ADM chooses Northern Kentucky for tech talent

Archer Daniels Midland Co. needed to increase investment in technology and chose to locate its new technology center in Northern Kentucky due to the area's high workforce skill level.

Mubea develops future workforce with apprentices

Matt Ryan was one of nine December 2015 graduates of Mubea's three-year apprentice program, which linked up with Gateway Community and Technical College to connect an associate's degree in electrical engineering with a solid job.

Bad Girl Ventures welcomes first Launch class of eight startups

Bad Girl Ventures welcomed its first Launch class last week, part of the Covington business accelerator's revamped three-tier Explore, Launch and Grow programming.

Skyward rolls out LiveWell NKY to improve health outcomes

Skyward recently implemented a community-wide initiative that aims to improve the health of Northern Kentucky residents, LiveWell NKY, and will pilot it in five area communities.
 

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.
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