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Going the Distance: Karen Schlosser won’t let obstacles keep her from the Ironman

The local Realtor has never been a runner — but she is a biker, swimmer, and walker. Despite obstacles from a broken pelvis, she plans to compete in Chattanooga’s triathlon this month.

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What will Airport 2.0 be like? It's taking shape at CVG

Following the opening of the Amazon Air hub, more changes are expected in coming months, including a new rental car facility, more carriers, and news about high-tech research and development.

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IKRON goes beyond mental health treatment, offering community, classes, and assistance with job help

The organization — which has been around for more than 50 years — partners with other providers in the region to help people struggling get back on their feet.  

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The Multifamily Multiverse: The challenging and conflicting demands of the marketplace

Although the housing market was largely unaffected by the pandemic, designers are seeing new trends in building.

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Kersha Deibel began volunteering at Planned Parenthood in 2005. 16 years later, she’s still there.

Her first experience at the Mount Auburn location was for birth control. The sense of relief and calmness she felt during her care led her to volunteer. Now she’s the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio.

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“Every day you have is a day to change the world:” Florence Malone-Crump advocates for education

Malone-Crump was a teen mom, is a breast cancer survivor, and is about to undergo a bone marrow transplant to treat acute myeloid leukemia. Aside from her work with CPP, she’s also a fierce advocate for women’s health, a poet and writer, and creator of Urban Flo’s Kitchen, a jam and jelly business.

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Farming is a family affair in Campbell County

Despite the pressures ranging from weather to development to changing consumer tastes, the small, family farm has been remarkably resilient in Northern Kentucky’s easternmost county.  

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Ohio women credit second chance education and support for successful reentry to society

As the pandemic pushed incarcerated people out the prison door, many rallied with hand up services including legal, housing, counseling, workforce training and jobs.

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A neighborhood in transition: What will happen to housing in the West End?

Past urban renewal plans combined with current development has reshaped the community in ways that don’t always benefit the residents.

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Community Link offers Nepali refugees tools for success, but language barriers limit progress

Roughly half of Cincinnati’s immigrant community goes on to become American citizens. However, one division of this group that faces continuing challenges to attaining citizenship, homeownership, and even general assimilation is the local refugee population.  

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