Feature StoryAdam Kenney with Julia Reynolds and Nisha Blackwell who are both on the CBA and Monmade team.

Cincinnati’s next IDEALAB: How to remake the urban manufacturing economy

On May 9, thought leaders and entrepreneurs will meet at Xavier's Center for Innovation to share ideas about improving urban communities. 

Design and a bit more marks success of Covington firm

Taking design, storytelling and creative efforts in unexpected directions has helped BLDG add to the momentum going on across NKY.

AP health and science editor speaks at NKU April 18

NKU's Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement will host a lecture on April 18 by Jonathan Fahey, the Associated Press' national health and science editor.

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Event focus: Philanthropy through the eyes of the next generation

In the next 10 years, billions of dollars in wealth will be passed down to the next generation of Northern Kentuckians. A half-day event on May 6 seeks to explore how some of that money can tie into the interests of young philanthropists.

Baseball season start still on deck for NKY's pro team

Fun, entertaining and family-friendly are strategies for success for minor league baseball's Florence Freedom, who have successfully found a fan base in the NKY community.

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Carabello Coffee named as one of the best sustainable, hospitable shops in Kentucky

Food & Wine chose the Newport shop for its charitable giving. 

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Same name, new destination: Familiar brand earns buzz at CVG

Open three months and already No. 3 in the nation? That's a distinction given to Cork 'N Bottle's new location at CVG in a USA TODAY survey, thanks in large part to their bourbon sampling opportunities for travelers.

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New center next step for NKY Latino community

This Q&A piece with Leo Calderon, the board chair for the new Esperanza Latino Center in Covington, offers insight into how the founders hope their efforts will make an impact for NKY's growing Latino community.

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Collaboration lessens job loss impact from IRS center's closing

What was once seen as an initial loss of 1,800 jobs with this year's closure of Covington's IRS Submission Processing Center is now down to less than 200 jobs.

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Cyber security a worry? NKU developing answers

Cyber security is a problem that concerns almost every business. As success in competition is showing, NKU is developing some of the top talent in the field nationally.

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Callitas researches and develops alternative ideas to health and wellness

The Newport-based startup is partnering with LifeStyles and NuEthix, LLC for new product development.

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CVG offers small rental offices to business travelers

The Jabbrrbox units have desks, Wi-Fi, charging outlets, and privacy.

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We’re No. 83 – and that’s a good thing!

CVG is now near the bottom of the most expensive airfare list. 

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Covington's task: Build a better City HallCitizens step up to help plan a more functional future

A new task force will take the long view on city services and resident desires as Covington seeks a potential light at the end of the tunnel to the issue of its nomadic City Hall.

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Better together: Just because your job is remote doesn’t mean you have to be lonely

Sure, you can work at a coffee shop. But why not try a co-working space instead?

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Q&A with Brady Jolly on his quest to become flush with success

With a bit of irreverent humor and one of the strongest legacy service businesses in Northern Kentucky, Brady Jolly is a 27-year-old who isn't standing still.

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Bourbon gets top billing in new NKY 'signature event'

A major new celebration for all of Northern Kentucky debuting in October aspires to be the "SXSW for bourbon."

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Northern Kentucky natives create a nation of Elks

In the late 1800s, two men from Kentucky united to form the first fraternal organization for African-Americans.

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Greater Cincinnati Foundation grants support learning programs for at-risk kids

Thanks to Supporting Educational Success, 22 local organizations will be able to fund programs that improve both learning and health.

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New 'Edition': A Q&A with new WVXU host Michael Monks

Change will be on the air on Feb. 4, when WVXU's "Cincinnati Edition" gets a new host — River City News founder Michael Monks. Hear how he's preparing for his new platform.

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