Covington’s legendary leader, Tom Dibello Read Article

Tom DiBello and his wife, Catherine, at The Center for Great Neighborhoods' annual celebration. Provided

Bridget Behrmann credits her love of Cincinnati to family and community Read Article

Bridget Behrmann worked with the YMCA in multiple cities before returning to Cincinnati. Gary Kessler

Civics Essential: A look back at trivia competitions across the state, plus a summer reading list Read Article

Cuyahoga County Parma–Snow Branch hosted a Game Hour. Bob Perkoski


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Covington’s legendary leader, Tom Dibello

Just over 40 years after it was founded, Covington-based nonprofit The Center for Great Neighborhoods operates in a very different environment from the one in which it began. 

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Bridget Behrmann credits her love of Cincinnati to family and community

The director of Wellness and Member Engagement for the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati could have — and has — lived in a variety of places. But Behrmann chose to return for the unique communities, restaurants, and teams.

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Covington's rare opportunity to reconnect to the river

Covington has a chance to re-imagine its core, create jobs and and reconnect to the river.

Feature Story Brittany York lead the Civics Essential trivia series.

Civics Essential: A look back at trivia competitions across the state, plus a summer reading list

The inaugural year of Civics Essential came to a close last month with the season's final game hour at Delaware Main Library, but we rounded up a summer reading — and watching — list to keep you engaged until phase two of the series begins next month. 

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40 years in the (print) making: Tiger Lily Press perseveres thanks to loyal volunteers and members

The art of printmaking dates back to Rembrandt but still endures in Cincinnati. Head to the anniversary celebration of the first printing studio in Ohio, starting August 3rd. 

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Long overdue recognition comes for a groundbreaking photographer

Nancy Rexroth made a quiet living capturing the rural parts of Southeastern Ohio. Now her work is about to find a permanent home at the Cincinnati Art Museum. 

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Anissa Lewis tells the story of coming home — and her struggle with how things have changed

After growing up in one of Covington's poorest performing school districts and going on to receive a Masters of Fine Arts from the Yale School of Art, Lewis brings her inspiring talents home to an ever-changing neighborhood.

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Jobs Van picks up panhandlers and drives them towards a brighter future

Four days a week, Jim Cira drives through downtown Cincinnati offering work and resources to the city's homeless community.

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Melba Moore tackles the complex scope of public health in Cincinnati

As the newest health commissioner for the Cincinnati Health Department, Moore is committed to improving all aspects of wellness through collaboration with community partners. 

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Whiskey, tall tales, and a summer evening on the Bourbon Train

Enjoy a ride through the southern Ohio countryside on the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad complete with drinks and historic tales. 

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