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University of Cincinnati
Outstanding nurses from the Tristate to be honored.
The University of Cincinnati College of Nursing will honor hundreds of area nurses, giving special recognition to six, at the 22nd annual Florence Nightingale Awards for Excellence in Nursing Wednesday, April 9, at the Hyatt Regency Cincinnati.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Perfumer & Flavorist
WFFC Chicago Honors Dolores Avenzzano as Woman of the Year
The Women in Flavor and Fragrance Commerce Cincinnati Chapter will honor Dolores Avenzzano , who has more than 38 years of experience in the flavor industry, on April 15, 2014 at Embassy Suites in Covington, KY.
Upcoming Beer and Wine Dinners
Experience the Dynamic Flavors of Wines from Argentina at Blinker's Tavern: Robb Rapp of Cutting Edge Selections brings dynamic wines from Argentina to Blinker's Tavern for a four-course dinner.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Jean L. Desso, born July 25, 1922, in Ashland, Ky., died Wednesday, March 12, 2014, following a short illness.
City to honor Covington businessesCity to honor Covington...
Do you know of a good business that's been around a long time longevity in Covington? One that's growing? How about one that's made some special commitment to the urban core? The city of Covington announced Thursday a new annual Business Recognition program to applaud businesses that are helping the city thrive and is seeking nominations of ... (more)
Landslides cause two road closures Thursday
Covington city manager Larry Klein talks with Kenny Hamm, a driver for the city public works department, on Devou Drive, where a retaining wall has collapsed, closing the road.
Northern Kentucky history spotlighted during dayNorthern Kentucky...
The 21st annual Northern Kentucky Regional History Day will feature a broad range of topics ranging from the Civil War to Northern Kentucky ghost stories and just about everything in between.
Ex-Covington official expected to plead guilty
Former Covington Finance Director Bob Due is scheduled to appear in Kenton Circuit Court Thursday morning where he will likely plead guilty to embezzling nearly $800,000 of taxpayer money.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
House committee approves school snow day waiverHouse committee...
Devon Blackburn, 12, of Covington, flies off a ramp while riding a disc in the snow on a hill in Devou Park, Covington in January.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Ex-finance director to change plea
Due, who previously pleaded not guilty to a 15-count indictment, is scheduled to change his plea on Thursday, according to Kenton Circuit Court records.
University of Cincinnati
Students will shave their heads to support childhood cancer research.
UC students will shave their heads in support of childhood cancer research during the annual St. Baldrick's Celebration, to be held at 8 p.m. Friday, March 28, at Molly Malone's pub in Covington, Ky.
Church helps homeless sign up for insurance
Mark Haywood, seated left, and Darnicea Allbright wait to sign up for health insurance under Kentucky's health exchange at the Madison Avenue Christian Church in Covington.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Urban smart: Dealership to land in CovingtonUrban smart: Dealership...
A smart car could be dangling from the ceiling inside an 1,800-square-foot retail space at the Ascent by this summer.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Cincinnati Enquirer
New & noted
Bhumin Desai is the new chef de cuisine at Jean-Robert's Table, Downtown, and Melissa Ball has been hired as pastry chef.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Federal heroin crackdown getting results
The Northern Kentucky Heroin Initiative has resulted in 35 people being federally charged in Northern Kentucky last year.
Public-private partnership bill advances in FrankfortPublic-private...
A bill to allow public-private partnerships for transportation and other infrastructure projects has cleared a legislative hurdle, despite fears it could lead to tolls for the $2.6 billion Brent Spence Bridge replacement A bill allowing public-private partnerships in Kentucky made it out of committee on Thursday.
Panel OKs partnership deal that could lead to Ky.-Ohio toll bridge
A bill that would allow public-private partnerships for projects has drawn objections from a Kentucky lawmaker who says it would be used to charge tolls to finance a new Ohio River bridge between Cincinnati and Covington.
Covington hires new IT manager
The Covington city commission on Tuesday hired Lisa V. Desmarais of Covington, who has more than 20 years of experience in the field.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Cincinnati Enquirer
KY gov candidate changes mind on tolls
Republican gubernatorial candidate Hal Heiner no longer supports tolls, he told the Enquirer Wednesday morning.
3D printing startup teaches Amazon a thing or two about creating new categories
Startup 3DLT began life as an "iStockphoto" of 3-D printable designs, but quickly grew and saw the potential for 3-D printing to change the way brick-and-mortar stores do business.