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Rachel DesRochers creates her Grateful Grahams at Newport's Incubator Kitchen Collective.

Neighborhoods across Cincinnati take steps (and pedal) toward post-automotive futureRead Article

Much of Greater Cincinnati's infrastructure was built before cars became the preferred mode of transportation. Now, with help from elected officials, groups of cycling and walking enthusiasts are making a concerted move back to a pedestrian-friendly reality.

Former Newport school to become 200 residential units and first-floor commercial spaceRead Article

Until spring 2016, Newport Intermediate School on Fourth Street in Newport housed 450 students in grades 3-5. Thanks to a redevelopment project by CRG Residential, the school will now be home to new tenants.
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Resting comfortably on the south side of the Ohio River lies Newport, another great example of the region's fusion of old-school southern charm and contemporary development. At the mouth of the Purple People Bridge sits its greatest testament to development, the massive Newport on the Levee, a lively complex of entertainment hot spots, chic restaurants and trendy watering holes, as well as the acclaimed Newport Aquarium. Monmouth and York streets capture the flavor of a century passed with their collections of charming storefronts and residential neighborhoods featuring welcoming local taverns as well as some of the region's best restaurants, including York Street Cafe.
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Only NKY homeless shelter keeping families together reopens

New riverfront developments coming to Newport

ReNewport calls for mini grant applications


Point Perk serves much more than fresh coffee

Skyward rolls out LiveWell NKY to improve health outcomes


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