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Colonel De settles into new location, spices up Fort Thomas dining scene

Popular spice maker moves headquarters and brings new retail location – as well as a fun, family-friendly vibe – to Fort Thomas.


As the great outdoors beckon, Riverfront Commons comes into focus

This summer will see construction and development activity in Ludlow, Covington, Newport, Bellevue and Dayton to start filling in gaps along the 11-mile Riverfront Commons walking/biking trail.


Year in Review: Highlights show growth for NKY businesses, communities, education and health

As 2015 comes to a close, Northern Kentucky leaders suggest highlights of the region's civic achievements, notable milestones, new businesses and emerging trends for the year.


Celebrating the holiday season across Northern Kentucky

Northern Kentucky communities are planning a slew of holiday celebrations as interesting and distinctive as the neighborhoods themselves. Check out all the details here.


The sky's the limit for myNKY

After receiving 15,000 ideas from a community engagement campaign, the "myNKY" plan produced a five-year playbook for achieving long-term prosperity in Northern Kentucky and a new name for the lead organization: Skyward.

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Northern Kentucky: It's in the water

How a regional water technology cluster is building on a century-long legacy of innovation to grow business and create a bright economic future.


Northern Kentucky announces 2013 growing companies

Twenty-one projects created a total of 2,282 jobs and over $466M in economic impact for NKY. Read more on our incredible year and the 2013 Thoroughbred companies that grew with us last year.

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Northern Kentucky recognizes 2013 Thoroughbreds

Twenty-four new companies and expansion projects in 2012 are projected to create nearly 6000 jobs in Northern Kentucky and add $438M in value to the region's economy. Tri-ED's annual report shares more about these engines of growth. 

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Region's leaders gather to celebrate 25 years of Tri-ED

In 1987, no one knew if fledgling efforts to bring together Kentucky's northern counties would succeed. Twenty-five years later, a region gathered at Northern Kentucky University for a brief look back - and an aggressive look forward.

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High-tech, health care will grow jobs in NKY through 2020

The Greater Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky region ranks in the top 5 in terms of expected total employment by 2020. We take a  close look at the 2020 Jobs Outlook report and discuss what's needed for NKY to realize its potential for growth.

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What sets NKY apart?

Creative real estate solutions, an aggressive incentive environment and an unparalleled quality of life that blends urbanity with country serenity, waterfront vistas with scenic wine trails, and a fast-paced high-tech start-up scene inclusive of life sciences and muscular advanced manufacturing.

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Leaps and bounds toward livable communities in NKY

Northern Kentucky is making strides toward more livable neighborhoods. From funding for urban revitalization to the creation of a business-attracting life science corridor to a riverfront trail project that links our region's communities, here's a progress report.

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Office and tech sites for your business expansion

Looking for the next office/tech site for your business expansion? Northern Kentucky is surrounding your company with the perfect business environment. Review a sampling of available sites.

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2012 Northern Kentucky Thoroughbreds

At the fourth annual Northern Kentucky Thoroughbreds celebration, the Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) honored 28 new and expanding businesses for their contribution to the region.  

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Impact study demonstrates "rising tide" of NKY economy

In 2011, 28 companies expanded or located in Northern Kentucky, creating 4,127 jobs and impacting the region's economy to the tune of $685 million. But the greatest testament to Northern Kentucky's strength may not lie in a single number. Here's a closer look at the 2011 economic impact study, and what it means for the region.
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