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Local cyclists bike 4,228 miles across the country during the pandemic

After the Pan Ohio Hope ride was canceled, these bikers made an alternate plan.

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Welcome to Westwood, where residents are changing racial attitudes one conversation at a time

After years of being divided, the community is slowly becoming united.

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These women created legacies in the region's arts landscape that still thrive today

In a series of short profiles, a new book spotlights about a dozen women who were instrumental in founding or supporting arts organizations in Northern Kentucky.

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From toilet paper to testing, supply chain innovation could keep the pandemic economy working

Pre-COVID, you probably never thought about "the backbone of the economy," or the complex path between suppliers and consumers. Now, local businesses are looking at this as an opportunity to address those gaps with new designs, new technology, and new partnerships.

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Moving Forward — together — in Camp Washington

In many neighborhoods, gentrification leaves longstanding residents out of the occasion. But in this neighborhood, everyone is invited to have a seat at the table.

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Civics Essential: What do judges do and why is it important?

Due to lack of information, some voters, while choosing candidates for the executive and legislative branches on their ballots, skip judicial races. Here's why you don't want to do that, plus ways to learn about judges around the state.

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What Ohioans are thinking during the 2020 election year: Part two

Despite the challenges of the protests and pandemic, both are a source of hope for residents.

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Meet the makers: Here are the people renewing the community from the inside out

A hundred years ago, Camp Washington was one of the region’s largest hubs of industry, producing everything from pork products to steel casings. It also housed 12,000 residents, many of them making up the labor force that forged the “golden era” of Cincinnati’s economy in the early 20th century.

Feature Story A rendering of proposed improvements to Covington's Innovation Alley.

More than a mere shortcut, Innovation Alley is a hub of entrepreneurship that is about to grow again

Innovation Alley is continuing to evolve, and as it does, so will Northern Kentucky’s environment for entrepreneurship.

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What Ohioans are thinking during the 2020 election year: Part one

Political differences aside, voters across the state are both worried and hopeful. But they don’t know who to trust.

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