Feature Story mayors

Despite controversies, mayor's courts are fixtures of small-town justice

Ohio is one of only two states with mayor's courts, whose origins date to 19th century Cincinnati.

Feature Story Kiplington homeowner's association shared amenities.

Stable homes, stable communities

Mt. Airy navigates several hurdles to improve owners’ and renter’s quality of life.  

Development News suggs

A Price Hill-based bank achieves a community milestone

It is the first bank in Cincinnati to be named a minority depository institution.

Development News (l to r) On stage: Emilio Estevez and Kristin Erwin Schlotman

Next up from Kristen Erwin Schlotman, who runs the agency created to draw moviemakers to town

The last few years brought profound changes to the business of making moving pictures.  

Feature Story Patrons socialize during happy hour at Nostalgia Wine & Jazz Lounge.

A holiday tour of Over-the-Rhine

While this list is in no way exhaustive, consider these suggestions if you’re getting to know the neighborhood again, or for the first time.

Feature Story Ja'lah Willingham list

The big job of elder support: Mitigating isolation and loneliness for senior citizens

Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly fosters connections among societal elders through everyday acts of inclusion and compassion.

Innovation News Small business owners learn the latest technologies to advance their business.

Tech and business go hand-in-hand at Nitro! bootcamp

The goal of NITRO is to equip small businesses with technology tools and guide them onto a path to $1M in revenue or more.

Development News winterfilm

Moviemaking competition returns with more time to write and produce entries

The extended writing and production period is meant to allow time to develop better stories.

Development News barn

Handmade, artisanal gifts available at Showcase of Arts in a restored barn

Nearly 40 vendors will have booths at the two-day weekend event.

Development News yard

Yard & Company's growth results in move to newly designed location in OTR

The space was designed by Cincinnati-based design firm Otherwhere, the group responsible for the buildout of Somerset OTR.

Feature Story A rendering of the interior entryway to the new Forest Park library.

A new library will serve as community gathering space and a spark for further development

Forest Park's ambitious redevelopment plans got a jump start from an unlikely source – the library. 

Feature Story This hair-braiding salon stands tall.

Creating a warm business climate is key to Mt. Airy’s growth

Members of economic-development organization, Mt. Airy CURE, discuss challenges, priorities, and opportunities to deliver what the community wants and needs.  

Innovation News thomasmore

Thomas More launches Dyslexia Institute, first of several education initiatives

The university plans to introduce new programs and scholarships in its School of Education over the next four to five years.

Innovation News Women in Architecture panelists top l to r: Emily Lubbers, Ashley Pinkard. Bottom l to r: Moderator Sarah Kleiner and panelists Heather Wehby, Neena Jud,

Women in Architecture: An Architecture Matters panel discussion on November 15

Architects with varied backgrounds and experiences will discuss why it's important women are represented in the profession and what's being done to address barriers.

Development News Artist Elizabeth Ross shows seven-year-old Ft. Thomas resident Blaine Bozsan the basics of printmaking.

Nature-inspired art: Past and present

Learning printmaking at the Harlan Hubbard Studio.

Feature Story Mt. Airy treehouse walkways list

A forest hides in plain sight

Mt. Airy Forest is as vital as ever.

Feature Story rail

Ten questions (and answers) about the plan to sell Cincinnati's railroad

A primer on a complex question on Cincinnati's ballot.

Partner Content Good design doesn’t have to mimic, copy, or even match.

Architecture Matters: Women in Architecture

Having a design team that resembles the community at large helps ensure all voices are part of the conversation.

Development News coop

Nonprofit awarded half-million to train, organize workers for green jobs

The grant from the Department of Labor is meant to expand opportunities for workers in high-demand industries.

Development News The Flow Pass includes a Flow Social Experience at a performance of August Wilson's "How I Learned What I Learned" memoir that charts one man’s journey of self-discovery and what it means to be a Black artist in America.

ArtsWave Flow Pass facilitates deeper appreciation for Black art

Get access to a series of experiences featuring renowned local and nationally acclaimed Black artists.