Feature Story The CEO of FEAM Aero sees an ongoing need for skilled aircraft technicians at CVG.

When will the region's economy recover? CEOs shared their forecasts

Northern Kentucky Tri-ED spoke to 20 business leaders in the fields of manufacturing, food, life sciences, health care, aviation, technology, real estate, and financial services who agreed to share some of their experiences and expectations in this most unusual of years.

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Concerns over the CPD’s gun range in The Village of Lincoln Heights have been reignited

The dispute between police and residents has been going on for decades. Now, concerned citizens are trying to find a compromise.

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Camp Washington residents create a brighter future

In this gritty, quirky neighborhood, citizens are working together from the ground up — literally — to invest in community development.

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Home away from home: The changing workplace

Offices naturally transform with the trends. But how will that look in a post-COVID world?

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Ohio by the numbers, part 2: Where we lag in jobs, safety, mental health, housing, and more

The past few decades have not been kind to most of Ohio and it’s causing problems for residents throughout the state.

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Joy Mobile brings Party in the Park to the streets for socially distanced fun

The Kennedy Heights Arts Center has turned a popular summertime gathering into a safe, socially distanced event.

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Pleasant Streets: Street murals are coming to Over-the-Rhine

In 2021, thanks to a grant from Bloomberg Philanthropies, the area surrounding Findlay Market will become a more vibrant, inclusive, and safe space.

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Spectrum launches free news app, bringing award-winning news to 28 million residential customers

Innovative app delivers the best local news, weather, and state and local political content along with live streams of its television networks

Development News Conservancy Park was purchased and established by the Boone Conservancy.

The Boone Conservancy's mission to protect greenspace has a new source of funding

A new partnership should enable the Boone Conservancy to expand its mission to protect the natural landscapes of Boone County.

Development News Brit Fitzpatrick, left, will continue to lead Blue North, assisted by Abby Ober, right.

State grant of $510,000 launches Blue North as an independent startup hub

Blue North was started in 2019 after it received a RISE grant from the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development’s Office of Entrepreneurship.

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Pendleton Street Photography features “The Masks We Wear”

Gallery owner supports local artists with new exhibition about this controversial topic.

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Saica Group opens first North American facility in Cincinnati

The company was attracted to our talent pool, concentration of manufacturing, and proximity to Midwestern clients.

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Masch Masch, the famous stuffed Dalmatian, reunites with his owner

After finding the lost dog, CVG launched a search for the owner on social media that included pictures of his masked adventures through the airport.

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Rascal Flatts singer Gary LeVox offers jobs to those in need during the pandemic

His company, Black Tie Moving, will hire anyone looking in Cincinnati, Columbus, and Nashville.

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& Co. [VIDEO] featuring Rebekah Kik, Dir. Community Planning and Development in Kalamazoo, MI

The final & Co. installment - a limited series focused on COVID-19 and the impact on cities - features Rebekah Kik, the Director of Community Planning and Economic Development from Kalamazoo, MI, who is leading the charge by revising city strategies during the crisis. 

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Makers and innovators love Camp Washington

Younger people are buying houses and artists are moving their studios into the neighborhood, setting the stage for revitalization.

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In this election year, Ohioans want to rise above the numbers

The overall feeling among residents is that thriving communities require thriving people, not just economic success.

Innovation News Seniors can now take computer science electives.

DePaul Cristo Rey is an Amazon Future Engineer school

The curriculum will include computer science electives to help train students for future jobs.

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The Skyline Chili Community Fund will improve access to quality preschool opportunities

Money will go towards increasing the amount of good programs and tuition.

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Cincinnati holds the key to equity as the pandemic reveals stark racial economic disparity

Incentivizing big business to hire minority-owned companies as vendors may narrow the gap.

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