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Onward: two years after the inaugural Women’s March on Washington, people are still protesting

On January 21, 2017, thousands of men, women, and children descended downtown for Cincinnati’s “Sister March.” Read one writer’s take on the event, then and now.

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Julie Bogart’s "The Brave Learner" helps parents rekindle an atmosphere of magic at home

A local author and homeschooler writes about her personal philosophies and experience as an educator.

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Cincinnati startup connects local employees with flexible jobs

Upshift plans to expand both locally and nationally in 2019.

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A call for artists: innovative installation proposals wanted for BLINK 2019

ArtWorks seeks unique proposals for visually compelling, fun sculptures with unique design, color, and scale elements.

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Visitors immerse themselves in history at the Museum Center’s reimagined exhibit

The Public Landing brings 1850s Cincinnati alive through soundtracks, interactive displays, and vintage objects. 

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Great Parks of Hamilton County installs Little Free Libraries

Visitors are invited to leave or take a book to learn more about plants, animals, and the environment. 

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2019’s best cities for STEM careers

Cincinnati ranked higher than other major metropolitan areas as one of the best places for technology professionals.

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Job availability and low cost of living attract people to the area

A variety of career options, affordable housing, and excellent entertainment options make the Tri-State a great place to relocate. 

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Cincinnati makes top 10 list for nightlife in the country

Thanks to a variety of establishments, the Queen City is known as a place to have fun after the sun goes down.

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What you get for $450,000

Buyers can get plenty of space, updated features, and skyline views for less than what homes cost in other cities.

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Preparing citizens for public office

The School Board School is designed to help engaged residents become effective School Board members and community advocates. 

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Planting positive educational roots to grow mindful students

Heärt Montessori expands its program beyond preschool and kindergarten.

Innovation NewsThis year's presenters at the seventh annual Community Demo Day.

Local accelerator for data-driven startups hosts seventh Demo Day

UpTech invites local and national talent to a community event designed to help them receive funding and publicity.

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Brewer’s recently opened tap room deepens ties with local community

Sam Adams has a new "front porch" in OTR where patrons can taste locally made, experimental beers in a comfortable setting.

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PWC receives generous Hamilton Community Foundation grant

Low-income, elderly, and disabled homeowners can receive repairs to keep their residence safe and habitable. 

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Hamilton County successfully reduces opioid deaths

Ohio Counties look to Cincinnati to reduce heroin overdoses and increase rehabilitation.

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Cincinnati is recognized as a magnet for talent

Current and aspiring business owners are encourage to move to the Queen City.

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Book now and save: travelers are encouraged to check out cheap destinations

Reduced prices make the Queen City an affordable winter getaway.

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Local developers assist with northeast Ohio plans

YARD & Company will help South Euclid become a downtown district.

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Community partnerships usher in new development on the West Side

After some stalled attempts, Westwood's momentum is high and the neighborhood is making a comeback. 

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