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Walnut Hills / E. Walnut Hills

The team at the Economics Center produced a data analysis of Walnut Hills as part of On the Ground.

On the Ground signs off, looks to new chapter for Walnut HillsRead Article

Soapbox wraps up its On The Ground embedded journalism series in Walnut Hills with a community celebration March 23 at the newly revitalized site of the historic Baldwin Piano Company.

Walnut Hills reimagines future of food security in wake of Kroger departureRead Article

Kroger will exit Walnut Hills next month, leaving a sizable gap in the community's food resources. Soapbox looks at what neighborhood leaders are doing, both short- and long-term, to address the issue.

On The Ground: Walnut Hills welcomes new era for crime prevention and increased safetyRead Article

Thanks to the hard work of residents and community organizers in recent years, Walnut Hills has become a much safer place to live. Now, cooperation between residents, law enforcement and public leaders will be key in sustaining momentum and moving that vision into the future.
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Walnut Hills is the first Cincinnati neighborhood to participate in On the Ground, an embedded journalism approach to what's happening in the neighborhood. Stories covered everything from development, arts and culture and education to health and wellness, crime and food insecurity.

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On the Ground signs off, looks to new chapter for Walnut Hills

Authors

Read more articles by Caitlin Koenig.

Caitlin Koenig is a Cincinnati transplant and 2012 grad of the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri. She's the department editor for Soapbox Media and currently lives in Northside with her husband, Andrew, and their three furry children. Follow Caitlin on Twitter at @caite_13.  

Read more articles by Liz McEwan.

Liz McEwan is a proud wife, mama, urbanite, musician and blogger. Follow her at The Walking Green and on twitter at @thewalkinggreen.

Read more articles by Hannah Purnell.

Hannah Purnell is a lifelong Northern Kentuckian who writes extensively about regional issues. Until 2016, her interests included presidential history and fantasy football. Now, she enjoys simpler things, like bathtub gin and books about bridges.

Read more articles by Nancy Yerian.

Nancy Yerian is an independent public historian interested in local history and the power of museums. She graduated from Smith College with a major in American History and a concentration in Museum Studies.

Read more articles by Rick Pender.

Rick Pender is an Over-the-Rhine resident with many years of writing, editing, fundraising and public relations experience. He is the theater critic and contributing editor at CityBeat and a regular contributor to WVXU's "Around Cincinnati" and is launching a new national website for musical theater fans, Everything Sondheim. Follow him on Twitter @PenderRick.

Read more articles by Scott Beseler.

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