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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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A horse lover’s legacy nourishes the community and provides an elegant home for events

Following a multi-million dollar renovation, The Meshewa House at Turner Farm has modern amenities in an historic setting, plus freshly prepared, organic meals for special occasions.

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Waste Not Want Not: For The Love of Food event aims to stop waste while feeding the masses

Attendees will eat meals created from "surplus foods" — produce that looks ugly or is on the verge of spoiling, receive resusable bags filled with groceries, and enjoy exercises and activities for all ages.

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The Art Academy of Cincinnati expands its campus to include dorms and commercial spaces

The college is partnering with Urban Sites to launch this $8.3 million redevelopment project.

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A thread to link Northern Kentucky's river cities

Riverfront Commons — a project 13 years in the making — received funding for a 11.5-mile path connecting Fort Thomas to Ludlow. Construction on this and other improvements will begin later this month.  

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Oriental Wok owners selected to compete in the first episode of a new Food Network series

"Family Restaurant Rivals" features three teams of restaurant-industry relatives competing for $10,000.

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Cincinnati has 16 of the top 50 startups to watch in the state

VentureOhio's annual list focuses on businesses through three stages: seed, early development, and growth. 

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Cincinnati named one of the best places to visit in September

Travel + Leisure magazine selected 10 international travel-worthy destinations. 

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New Kings Island “giga coaster” will attract riders from around the world

Only seven rollercoasters in the world reach over 300 feet. Ohio will soon be home to two of them. 

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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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A pioneering survey assesses the needs of local artists

The Cincinnati Artist Report will support local creators and help arts organizations be directly responsive to their requests.   

Innovation News Covington creative firm BLDG is expanding with the acquisition of a Cincinnati agency.

Covington creative agency acquires OTR design shop

Growing branding and design firm BLDG acquired an Over-the-Rhine creative agency.

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Helping housing get healthier: PWC’s Innovation Center nabs $840,000

The Whole Home Innovation Center will reach a wider audience with additional staff, plus more educational displays and programming thanks to the grants.

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Diversifying real estate with new classes that let participants network with industry professionals

The Real Estate Accelerator Lab (REAL) is open to people in the industry as well as those with an entrepreneurial spirit.

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One local resident suffered dual losses during Dayton’s summer tragedies

Dion Green's home sustained major damage during May's tornadoes. Months later, he held his dad as he died during the Oregon District shooting. 

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Lady Gaga funds Dayton classroom projects in wake of mass shooting

The singer is committed to spreading messages about love and unity. 

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Coverage continues in Dayton: a timeline of the shooting in the Oregon District

Writer Chris Stewart detailed what happened before, during, and after the massacre.  

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Governor Mike DeWine proposed a list of policy proposals following Dayton’s mass shooting

Suggested changes include stronger background checks and freeing up space in psychiatric care facilities. 

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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.

Development News The 23-acre IRS site is already attracting interest from developers.

Public can weigh in on Covington development plans

Northern Kentucky residents can voice their opinions on the early concepts for redeveloping the site of the soon-to-be-closed Internal Revenue Service Center.

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