Starring CincinnatiRead Article

NaNoWriMo local authors Cherie Dawn Haas, Justine Aimee McNulty, and Jessica Strawser. Micheal Woodson

Civics Essential: Specialty courts provide treatment and services instead of jail timeRead Article

The Canton Specialty Court in Stark County Bob Perkoski

Old meets new: redesigned Union Terminal reopensRead Article

Union Terminal's rotunda, murals, and light fixtuers have been meticulously cleaned. Gary Kessler

NKY Funders’ Grants give in time for the holidaysRead Article

HONK’s executive director, David Hastings. Joe Simon

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Starring Cincinnati

We spoke with three writers who chose Cincinnati as their setting, cementing the Queen City and the tri-state area as a place to visit both in life and in fiction.


Feature StoryStark County Common Pleas Judge Taryn Heath displays a plaque presented to her during the Stark county Honor Court.

Civics Essential: Specialty courts provide treatment and services instead of jail time

Civics Essential is an initiative to raise the civics knowledge of Ohio adults. Read the story first, then take the quiz.

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Old meets new: redesigned Union Terminal reopens

Visitors will see old favorites next to new exhibits in the Cincinnati Museum Center's renovated, redefined space.

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NKY Funders’ Grants give in time for the holidays

Community-based efforts stimulate nonprofits with the help of the Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky.

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Margaret Garner: the mystery behind the murder

One slave's story of escape, recapture, and the chances she took to save her family

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Additions and updates to Cincinnati’s skyline

Ten years later, the city’s passion for state-of-the-art, eye-catching architecture continues unabated.


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Cincinnati Access Fund: a new tool to support small businesses, build strong communities

With the help of LISC Greater Cincinnati, MCURC followed a resident-created plan to support Madisonville's small businesses.

Feature StoryAdam Kenney is the director of Monmade and the Craft Business Accelerator at Bridgeway Capital.

Urban manufacturing discussed in IDEALAB reMaking Industry

Three IDEALAB reMaking Industry presenters discuss the upswing in domestic and urban manufacturing.

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The devil you know

Local author Steve Kissing's graphic novel "Running From the Devil" exemplifies the horror that can live in our heads.

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STEPS to success

The Brighton Center and United Way battle long-term poverty with a holistic approach.

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What’s new in Columbia-Tusculum

As part of our Ten Year Anniversary Series, here’s a look at the ongoing evolution of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood.


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News

Innovation NewsMUSE performs under the direction of Jillian Harrison-Jones

MUSE: "She Don't Stop"


Development NewsDani Isaacsohn (top center) organized Cincinnati Public Schools students and parents in a dialogue about bullying.

Building bridges to forgotten communities


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Leading Cincinnati's sustainability efforts


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Cincy In The News

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Cincinnati's libraries draw young residents


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Nachos with a tri-state touch


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TalentRead More

What makes Cincinnati great? The talented people. How do we attract more? Keep moving ahead and inspire others to join us. The many entrepreneurs and strong talent from all walks of life have made Cincinnati a champion for decades. That same can-do spirit exists today stronger than ever. Each week ...

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Cincinnati's fourth largest neighborhood is also home to the nation's second oldest zoo, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. Burnet Avenue runs through the neighborhood and serves as headquarters for two of the top hospitals and research centers for kids, Cincinnati Children's ...