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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, the Children's Hospital Medical Center and Shriner's Hospital for Children. The neighborhood also abuts both Xavier University's and the University of Cincinnati's main campuses.
Soapdish: What you get in an urban home, from $20k to $2.5m
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Greater Cincinnati real estate has always been considered a "steal" when you compare how much house you get here for the money vs. other cities. How far does your home-buying dollar go these days? Glad you asked.
Fulton Jefferson tries to make sure every kid counts in Avondale
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Fulton Jefferson has been around long enough to witness Avondale's heyday and live through its decline. It still feels like a community full of possibility to him, so he pours his energy into the next generation of leaders through the Avondale Youth Council.
Soapdish: Cincinnati Neighborhood Summit tries to erase boundaries, promote partnerships
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Cincinnati’s 52 neighborhoods are a patchwork quilt of different sizes, shapes, allegiances and demographics cobbled together into a diverse and sometimes non-cohesive unit. The 2015 Neighborhood Summit looked to erase boundaries and emphasize the results of successful partnerships among our neighborhoods.
Top 10 transportation stories for 2015 and beyond
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
As winter slowly recedes and potholes reappear, can spring flowers and infrastructure updates be far behind? Here are 10 transportation stories we’re following that will impact Greater Cincinnati throughout 2015 and beyond.
My Soapbox: P.G. Sittenfeld, Cincinnati City Council
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
If there’s one individual in Cincinnati who embodies the calendar's January transition from past to future, it has to be City Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld. Just 30, he has his finger on the pulse of today's defining urban trends while looking to possible statewide (and even national) office.
15 for '15: Big ideas driving Cincinnati forward in the new year
Tuesday, January 06, 2015
Here are 15 big ideas for Greater Cincinnati in 2015 that, if achieved, will accelerate the region's forward momentum. They're certainly doable given the winds of change moving Cincinnati in the right direction.
Co-working options grow thanks to Cincinnati's expanding pool of independent professionals
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Co-working has had a foothold in Cincinnati for many years, and the options for workers looking for collaborative office space have continued to grow. Here are 6 co-working shops for independent workers who still want to drink from the proverbial water cooler.
Single mothers and children hit hardest by poverty in Cincinnati
Monday, June 23, 2014
Cincinnati ranks second in the US for childhood poverty. Groups like The Women's Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation are working to break down the barriers that keep single mothers from rising above the poverty line.
Nonprofit groups offer prescription for boosting community health
Friday, April 25, 2014
Cincinnati suffers from a wide disparity in health outcomes, and poverty and race are among the biggest culprits. Yet a network of local organizations is combating the health challenges facing our city.
Neighborhood improvement: The 90-day plan
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
A collaborative effort between city departments, neighborhood residents and community organizations, the three-month Neighborhood Enhancement Program focuses on developing the assets of Cincinnati neighborhoods.
Speaking for the trees: Campaign aims to avert canopy-loss crisis
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
The Taking Root campaign is an eight-county effort to educate the community about the crises affecting our trees. The end goal is to restore our tree canopy by 2020 by planting 2 million trees.
#GivingTuesday: How to join in today's national celebration locally
Tuesday, December 03, 2013
There were more days than ever to kick off the holiday shopping season this year, but there’s another movement at work—#GivingTuesday—which encourages individuals to take the same fervor they have for Black Friday, and apply it to giving.
Local banks and schools partner to teach kids financial responsibility
Andrew Welsh & Brittany York
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
As the senior class of 2014 prepares to be the first graduating under Ohio’s new economics and financial literacy curriculum requirements, banks in Cincinnati are partnering with schools and nonprofits to push financial education further than ever for students as early as preschool and through to 12th grade.
Demand Better: Building healthy, vibrant neighborhoods
John Kachuba & Elissa Yancey
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
As we continue to reprise our four-part Demand Better series, we take a look at innovations and ideas that empower and support neighbors here and around the country—and offer some key demands for Cincinnati's future as election day approaches.
Demand Better Cincinnati
Tuesday, August 06, 2013
This week marks the launch of a new
series: Demand Better Cincinnati. We'll explore a new issue each week and sift through what's been done, what's being done and how we can push our current and future leaders to, well, demand better.
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Fall festivals kick into gear this weekend
Greater Cincinnati’s events calendar still has plenty to offer on the first weekend of October, and it might just start feeling a little like fall.
SoupCycle delivers healthy food to people without access to it
Gabriel's Place seeks grant support for Avondale community health initiatives
12 Cincinnati projects receive $30 million in state historic tax credits
Leadership Cincinnati designs projects to strengthen region
New housing project breaks ground in Avondale
ArtsWave grant recipient: Avondale Comprehensive Development Corporation
ArtsWave gives $45,000 to five Place Matters neighborhoods
Nourish Yourself offers healthy, home-cooked meals to busy clients
Neighborhood Asset Mapping tool focuses on neighborhoods' strengths
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Water tech forum explores region's innovation and economic opportunities
The Woman's City Club of Greater Cincinnati hosts a forum Nov. 12 on water technology and how it can be leveraged for innovation, environmental impact and economic development.
Children's study finds higher rates of childhood illness in poor neighborhoods across Hamilton Co.
Mortar accelerator teaching its second class, planning expansion
Cincinnati Children's to host its first-ever Innovation Showcase Jan. 6
First POP-UP Cincy installation set for weekend
Art & Cuisine Series to launch in October
Financial Opportunity Center offers new model for social service in Cincinnati
Metro now offers stored-value cards to riders
The Happy Maladies want YOU to write their next album
CincyMusic Spotlight hits airwaves
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Physician Keith Melvin continues to raise awareness with Black & White Cancer Survivors' Gala
Keith Melvin, Mercy Health physician and founder of the nonprofit Black and White Cancer Survivors Foundation, is a testament to the fact that "cancer is not a death sentence."
Cincinnati Zoo promotes Go Bananas! Challenge to recycle old cell phones
Five community leaders receive Dick Weiland Community Relations Award
Macy's Kids, Cultures, Critters and Crafts Festival returns, celebrates 10 years
Faces Without Places raffling off two All Star Game tix to support its kids programs
Shriners Hospital committed to physical, mental and emotional healing
Public Library preps student readers for All-Star summer
Ameritas employees log thousands of volunteer hours, invest in community giving
United Way seeks volunteers to assist families with tax prep
CYC honors Outstanding Students, raises $105K at Dream Makers Celebration
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Cincinnati In The News
Fodor's ranks Cincinnati Zoo in top 10 U.S. zoos
Fodor's, one of the best-known names in travel guides, has included Cincinnati Zoo on its new list of the 10 best U.S. zoos.
Source: Fodor's Travel
Cincinnati Children's named #3 overall pediatric hospital in U.S.
Source: U.S. News & World Report
Newborn Buffalo Zoo rhino calf conceived with deceased Cincinnati Zoo rhino's sperm
Source: ABC News
Public Library of Cincinnati gets five-star rating
Cincinnati named one of Top 100 Best Places to Live
Endangered rhino born via artificial insemination
Source: Today Show
Cincinnati Zoo's restaurant greenest in United States
Source: USA Today
Struggling women sad, angry over sale of nonprofit Ohio home that will become a boutique hotel
Source: The Washington Post
Gorillification: How to be a surrogate primate mom
Source: CBS Morning News
Children's Hospital uses horticulture to grow hope
Source: Horticulture Magazine
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