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Cincinnati, Ohio is located in Hamilton County. Zip codes in Cincinnati, OH include 45250, 45296, and 45229. The median home price in Cincinnati is $129,000 which is roughly $67/per square foot. More Cincinnati information.

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3 hrs ago | Business Journal

Galemmo's wife: - He has done great things for the community'

Glen Galemmo a pleaded guilty in January to two federal counts of money laundering and wire fraud.

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7 hrs ago | Business Journal

New Price Hill theater sets opening date

A new performing arts venue in Price Hill expects to open its doors to the public on June 3, 2015.

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11 hrs ago | Business Journal

Four Ohio universities rank among top 500 in world

Santa Ono is the president of the University of Cincinnati, which was ranked among the world's top 500 universities.

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15 hrs ago | Morning Journal

2 indicted in Ohio businessman's fatal shooting

Hamilton County's prosecutor says 44-year Christopher McFerron and 33-year-old Jason Brown also were indicted Wednesday on charges of murder, aggravated robbery and kidnapping in the slaying of 72-year-old James Rolman of Lockland.

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16 hrs ago | Cincinnati.com

Behind-the-scenes: Reconstruction of Nam June Paik's 'Metrobot'

The original installation of Nam June Paik's "Metrobot" on Fifth Street, from October 1988.

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20 hrs ago | WCPO-TV9 Cincinnati

Top 9 things to do in Cincinnati this weekend 17 mins ago

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? 9 On Your Side has teamed up with CityBeat to bring you the Top 9 picks! A lot of comedy falls under great scrutiny and derision, often unnecessarily so.

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Yesterday | GhanaWeb

Cincinnati boiling, Ghanafest is here

The fifth Ghana annual Ghana Fest of The Greater Cincinnati Metro Area is here with us once more.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Cincinnati.com

Arts, culture seen as a tourist drawArts, culture seen as a tourist...

The arts are a tourist draw in many Ohio cities, including Cincinnati. Now, the National Lieutenant Governors Association has noticed.

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Business Journal

Cincinnati CEO: Innovation key to growing $800M company

Standard Textile CEO Gary Heiman spent Wednesday morning showing off Standard Textile's new Innovation Center in Reading to local politicians and business leaders.

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Business Journal

Two Cincinnati companies make Inc. 500, 35 more among fastest-growing

While the number of local companies listed in the top tier is the same as last year, the names have changed.

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Business Journal

Here's how doctors may have saved Cincinnati firms $32M

Cincinnatians with diabetes are doing a better job of managing the chronic disease, and that could translate into millions of dollars in savings on health care costs that would have been incurred by local companies, according to the Health Collaborative.

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Cincinnati CityBeat

Macaron Bar Coming to OTR

Macarons. You can't walk a block in Paris without seeing boulangerie windows lined with the colorful, little cookies - even McDonald's McCafe has a selection: pistachio, raspberry, chocolate.

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Xenia Daily Gazette

Grand jury set in Wal-Mart shooting

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Tuesday that a special grand jury will convene Sept.

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WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Officials: Cause of Duke Energy fuel spill appears to be human error

Mayor John Cranley said the first part of the 4,000- to 5,000-gallon fuel spill was passing downtown around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

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David Pepper Repeatedly Ticketed

He's been cited an average of 13 times a year. An Associated Press review of Hamilton County court records shows Democratic Attorney General Candidate David Pepper has paid nearly $10,000 in parking fines over the past 14 years.

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Business Journal

Cincinnati loses thousands of service jobs

Cincinnati's economy shed nearly 8,000 jobs in July, thanks to the loss of school-related employees during the summer months.

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Business Journal

Two of Cincinnati's largest credit unions plan merger in family affair; CEOs stepping down

Communicating Arts Credit Union and Cincinnati Central Credit Union told members earlier this month that they plan to merge and create a new credit union.

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WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Police: 2 dead after gang-related shootout in Avondale

SACS WILL MOVE ELSEWHERE ARSTAY PUT IN DOWNTOWN CINCINNATI. NEW MEN SPOT DEAD IN AVONDALE.

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WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Legitimate Cincinnati tattoo shops not concerned about new state regulations

The Cincinnati Health Department said it generally states standards and recognizes that doing so was good for its business and reputation.

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Business Journal

Cincinnati angel capital group ranked among nation's best

Cincinnati's biggest angel capital group, Queen City Angels , is the second-best group of private seed-stage venture capital investors in the country, according to a new ranking.

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