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CVG collecting stories to remember Terminals 1 and 2 before demolition

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is asking the community to share stories and photos from memories of Terminals 1 and 2, which will be demolished this year.

Northside restaurant staple getting new life, keeping the chili

Park Chili will celebrate its 100th anniversary in Northside on March 22, which will also be the restaurant's last day under original ownership. It was recently bought and will be renamed The Park.

Third Cincinnati streetcar arrives, joins others in testing next week

Cincinnati welcomed its third streetcar vehicle Feb. 11, and the car will now join the first two in the testing process to prepare them for passenger travel in September.

Fresh Table owners opening urban grocery store at Market Square development

The owners of Fresh Table at Findlay Market are planning to open an urban grocery store across from the market at Model Group's Market Square development.

Twentysomething developer investing in quality Cincinnati housing stock

Ben Fry purchased his first house seven years ago, when he was studying real estate at UC. Now 27, he's flipped a total of 15 houses to add quality housing stock in Cincinnati.

Board game parlor hopes to build community via shared experiences in OTR

Father-son team Jim and Zach Leopold plan to open The Rook board game parlor by May 1 in Over-the-Rhine to help build community through fun shared experiences.

Brink Brewing to add its own story to College Hill neighborhood redevelopment

College Hill leaders announced that their newest business district recruit, Brink Brewing, will open in the Fall as the neighborhood's first brewery, melding beer and community into one.

Hotel and office/retail space planned for Fourth & Walnut Centre downtown

Three buildings at Fourth and Walnut streets downtown could see new life under Texas-based developer NewcrestImage, which plans to create several hotels and office/retail/entertainment space.

Center for Great Neighborhoods announces third round of Covington creative grants

The Center for Great Neighborhoods recently announced its third round of Creative Community Grant recipients, a total of $30,000 awarded to seven projects in Covington geared toward inclusion.

Saturday tours to highlight foodie options in MainStrasse Village

Riverside Food Tours will take guests on an edible, drinkable and historical trek through MainStrasse Village in Covington starting April 2, featuring stops at six restaurants.

Local homebrewers launch product to make brewing easier

After two years experimenting with homebrewing, friends Anthony Stoeber and Eric Tanner have developed the Brewers Buddy system to make the brewing process easier.

Two more food truck owners bringing their concepts to brick-and-mortar restaurants

Owners of the Urban Grill food truck plan to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant in Newtown this year, while French Fry Heaven is moving from Florida to open its flagship location in Cincinnati as well as a food truck.

Five designs chosen for Curb'd parklets in Covington this spring

Five ideas from local businesses and design teams were chosen last week for Curb’d, the activation project turning ordinary parking spaces in Covington into parklets, or miniature parks, this spring.

Second NKY incubator kitchen focuses on helping small food companies get started

Rachel DesRochers, founder of the Northern Kentucky Incubator Kitchen, is helping further her goal of helping local food entrepreneurs by opening a second, smaller incubator, The Hatchery.

90 apartments plus commercial and restaurant space announced for prominent OTR corner

Source 3 Development has partnered with 224 W Liberty LLC to announce a $25-million mixed-use development at the northwest corner of Liberty and Elm streets in Over-the-Rhine.
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