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Keeping government honest: Know your rights when requesting public records

Not all elected officials — particularly those on the local level — realize that citizens have access to how they conduct business.


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Tariffs, trade, and taxes: How businesses are coping

The Trump administration’s price increases on imports from China have hurt local factories. Here’s how they’re fighting back.


Feature Story Brit Fitzpatrick leads Tri-ED's Blue North entrepreneurship program.

Blue North's mission is to build a robust entrepreneurial ecosystem in Northern Kentucky

Tri-ED created the program to help startups and small businesses find the connections, mentors, and funding they need to succeed.

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Racing with no end in sight: Bruce and Robyn Williams make a living out of fitness

The couple began competing in triathlons in 1984, have both completed the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii, and work locally with exercise groups.


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Creativity in community: solving Walnut Hills’ food security crisis

A variety of grassroots organizations — from churches to urban farmers — are working together to combat hunger in the area.

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On-the-Ground Walnut Hills: Educating the whole community

In response to their failing school, local organizations and residents work together to improve the lives of students.


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“Fifty yards from heaven:” Lhotshampa immigrants are slowly building a home community in Cincinnati

Approximately 25,000 refugees now live in greater Cincinnati. Ethnic Nepalese, who lived in Bhutan but were forced to leave their homes because of ethnic cleansing, are one of the largest groups.


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Walnut Hills residents fight for diversity and resist developments that decrease affordable housing

Fears of gentrification and displacement are common in transitional neighborhoods where developers are faced with a variety of opportunities for investment and a market that supports higher-yield investments.


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Another downtown hotel? Cincinnati architects discuss hospitality market growth.

Marquee brands and boutique suites are evolving to appeal to guests' ever-changing travel needs while attracting locals as well.

Feature Story Southgate Street School was a school for African Americans in Newport dating to its founding in 1893.

These sites hold stories of African American history in Northern Kentucky

Shifting demographics, diminishing resources, and cost of maintaining large and aging facilities have contributed to cities forgoing the preservation of old, seldomly used buildings, and some have been lost. But just over the river, a few remain.

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