One-third of the 6,000 prisoners released each year will return to jail. Across the state, organizations and nonprofits are trying to change that.
From natural disasters to pandemics, architects search for innovative solutions to move forward after a crisis.
Financial support from the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund offered the necessary support to open two childcare facilities.
The nonprofit secured $175,000 in grants to make emergency repairs.
A .8% sales tax increase will go towards public transit improvements and local infrastructure.
As the director of the Ohio Department of Health, she’s being touted for the state’s early, aggressive response and effective messaging.
After Major League Baseball shut down spring training because of the pandemic, one player decided to use his love of food to help communities.
As a type 1 diabetic, Katie Hodge can’t take any chances, even with Ohio’s loosening restrictions.
Pavlik has seen economic highs and lows but has managed to keep his job through the pandemic.
With the help of the United Way and the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Bethany House was able to safely relocate families.
After years of turbulence, the Cincinnati neighborhood was just hitting its stride. Now, a decade of development and investment are being undone.
Robert Frenck, MD, will lead the human trials that will hopefully help decrease the risk of infection.
Their mission is to empower local communities to launch a variety of youth cycling initiatives nationwide.