Stories

Feature Story HCCCList.jpg

Keeping government honest: Know your rights when requesting public records

Not all elected officials — particularly those on the local level — realize that citizens have access to how they conduct business.


Feature Story ChrisGibbsList.jpg

Tariffs, trade, and taxes: How businesses are coping

The Trump administration’s price increases on imports from China have hurt local factories. Here’s how they’re fighting back.


Feature Story Brit Fitzpatrick leads Tri-ED's Blue North entrepreneurship program.

Blue North's mission is to build a robust entrepreneurial ecosystem in Northern Kentucky

Tri-ED created the program to help startups and small businesses find the connections, mentors, and funding they need to succeed.

Innovation News ArtsWaveDanceList.jpg

Power of Her Day salutes local female artists

The event, which runs through December 2020, will feature women-centric work at seven area cultural settings.


Development News Food access advocates (from left): Michael Morris, Plant Cincinnati; Emmy Schroder, Food as Medicine; David Curtin, Food Forest; Suzy DeYoung, LaSoupe; Gary Dangel, WHRF; Shauntia Edwards, Queen City Kitchen; and John Sugawara, Freestore Foodbank.

Walnut Hills changemakers: locals come together to provide healthy food for the community

During the latest On the Ground Community Newsroom, host Kathryne Gardette spoke with four people working together to bring fresh meals to the neighborhood.

Development News Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear looks at plans for Wilder's redevelopment during his announcement of a grant for the project.

The 'crown jewel' of Wilder would be a secret no longer with these ambitious plans

City leaders are working to make Frederick’s Landing park a focal point of the area's redevelopment.

Cincy In The News JustQList.jpg

Cincinnati is a model for how to build minority-owned businesses

Drexel University’s Metro Finance Lab director encourages others to look at our city’s ecosystem that nurtures, grows, and capitalizes minority-owned businesses.


Cincy In The News ArtistryCincinnatiList.jpg

KTGY reveals details of 344-unit Artistry development along the Ohio River

The architecture and planning firm has bold, modern ideas for the seven-story building on East Pete Rose Way.


Cincy In The News MidtownMiamiList.jpg

UC students advance to the final round of the Urban Land Institute’s Hines Student Competition

The LIFELINE is one of four projects selected to compete for a $50,000 prize.


Cincy In The News kroger-app-list.jpg

Kroger tests new “food prescription” program

In-store nutritionists will help customers fulfill their dietary recommendations from their doctors.


Feature Story RobynFinishLine2.jpg

Racing with no end in sight: Bruce and Robyn Williams make a living out of fitness

The couple began competing in triathlons in 1984, have both completed the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii, and work locally with exercise groups.


Feature Story La Soupe board president Mimi Dyer in front of La Soupe's newest location.

Creativity in community: solving Walnut Hills’ food security crisis

A variety of grassroots organizations — from churches to urban farmers — are working together to combat hunger in the area.

Innovation News CatesList.jpg

One Night Away founder helps women make time for self care

Jocelyn Cates knows that busy mothers need time to recharge for their health, wellbeing, and families.


Innovation News Come to Caffe Vivace today, Tues. Feb. 18 to discuss food scarcity in the neighborhood.

Groundsource grows in Walnut Hills: residents talk food access

Join the conversation: text HELLO to 513-230-6899.

Development News The "living wall" at MadTree Brewing

MadTree deepens charitable roots by joining 1% for the Planet

The international nonprofit works to build, support, and activate an alliance of businesses financially committed to creating a healthy planet.


Development News WHLibraryList.jpg

From preschool to trades to PHDs: Walnut Hills offers education for all ages and levels

Three local educators speak with Kathyrne Gardette during the fourth Open Newsroom at Caffe Vivace. 

Cincy In The News Lectradaaplist.jpg

UC’s 2020 Architecture and Film Symposium is a new design competition worth checking out

Archinect shared a roundup of their five recommended event submissions. 


Cincy In The News AgingPopulationList.jpg

Cincinnati has one of the best healthcare startup scenes in the country

The Stanford Longevity Project is looking at how cities and companies are working to ensure that a longer life expectancy also includes staying physically fit, financially stable, and mentally sharp.


Cincy In The News RamaArtList.jpg

Local artist Priya Rama paints her migraines

By focusing on the “symphony of colors” she experiences during episodes, Rama has turned her pain into a body of work.


Cincy In The News CITN-Ryan-Morgan-List.jpg

Ryan Morgan, owner of Sixteen Bricks bakery, is one of America’s “best bread wizards”

Esquire detailed Morgan’s unlikely path from mechanic to artisanal baker.


Signup for Email Alerts