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Look behind the scenes at CVG, a city within a city

Take a trip through Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, in many ways a city unto itself, with more than 60 retails shops, a 460-person staff and curated public art.

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Great ideas surface at Soapbox's "Sink or Swim" speaker series

On July 27, Soapbox readers and Covington leaders gathered at the NKY Innovation Network for a light-hearted debate about what it takes to make it in Covington's fast-evolving entrepreneurial climate.

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40-year growth spurt: Covington business then and now

The past four decades have brought many changes to Covington's economic landscape. Fiercely committed residents like Rev. William H. Mertes and former mayor Chuck Scheper have been there providing support and community organization through it all.

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Covington revives a commercial artery, one small business at a time

As the 12th Street/MLK corridor emerges as one of Covington's most important economic centers, thanks to renewed investment and fierce civic pride, On the Ground takes a look at the residents and leaders who hope to sustain the district's viability well into the future.

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New generation of entrepreneurs underpins Covington's bold future plans

A can-do spirit shared by residents and leaders alike is fast making Covington a regional destination for entrepreneurs. On the Ground looks at three small businesses doing big things across the city's changing business scene.

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Reclaiming a birthright: Covington doubles down on history to spark smart growth

Despite being the region’s second-largest city and closer to downtown than most Cincinnati neighborhoods, Covington remains something of a mystery for many locals. The first story in our second On The Ground neighborhood series takes a closer look at the city colloquially known as “Cincinnati’s Brooklyn.”  

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Following the food: a look at one of NKY's strongest economic sectors

Northern Kentucky Tri-ED releases its five-year Target Industry Analysis, identifying food production as an area of strength for the region, with companies like Wild Flavors and Perfetti Van Melle leading the charge.

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Photo feature: NKY celebrates success, looks toward bright future

Exploring Northern Kentucky's renewed vision and successes of recent years, and looking forward to many good things to come in the myNKY target areas of business, health, education and community vibrancy.

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NKU, local tech firms lead region in cybersecurity efforts

Through its award-winning Center for Information Security, NKU is partnering with regional cybersecurity experts to produce career-ready students for the fight against cyber crime.

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Garren Colvin leads St. Elizabeth along twin paths of economic development and mission-driven care

The NKY native is "really dedicated to making this a great place" to work, live, raise a family and be healthy.

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Video: Exciting change greets Ludlow

Ludlow city administrators discuss its history and accessible riverfront location, with plans for future business and residential development.

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Manufacturing Preview Day sparks career interest for NKY students

October saw open houses and other Manufacturing Preview Day events hosted by local companies including Balluff, Skilcraft and Mazak.

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UpTech 5 cohort features diverse startups with community focus

The nine startup companies comprising UpTech 5 will receive business support, mentorship, workspace and other resources as they navigate the six-month incubation process.

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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.

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Regional partners' One Vision One Voice campaign targets workforce development

Skyward and Northern Kentucky Tri-ED team up this month to launch One Vision One Voice, targeting workforce development and other community-wide issues.
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