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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 $117,900 which is roughly $65/per square foot. More Cincinnati information.

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Two seriously hurt in Clermont County crash

State troopers said Nicholas McKeon, 28, of Cincinnati, was southbound. He attempted to pass in a "no passing zone" and collided head on with a car driven by Jeffrey Coulter, 48, of Bethel.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

TheCourier.com

Ohio Sheriff Defends Officersa Actions In Standoff

A sheriff says deputies were repeatedly threatened by an armed man who barricaded himself inside a southwest Ohio home before officers fatally shot him.

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Cincinnati CityBeat

New Bikeway Proposal Could Cost $110,000 More

In response to an April 21 special Neighborhoods Committee meeting, Mann seeks to alter the bike route to appease people who don't want to see parking spaces removed, but the updated plan will cost an additional $110,00 on top of the $82,600 the city would pay under the original plan, which would create the beginning of a cycling corridor running ... (more)

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WKRC-AM Cincinnati

Man Killed In Home Invasion

Cincinnati police responded a report of a shooting inside apartment 2 at 8329 Curzon Avenue.

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Business Journal

Cincinnati first in U.S. to use devices that stream live info from paramedics to E.R. docs

Tempus Pro, developed by Remote Diagnostic Technologies of England, was first deployed by the British military and subsequently adopted by U.S. forces.

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Business Journal

Cincinnati universities rank among top green schools

A University of Cincinnati capstone class works with Len Thomas to prepare space for the new electric vehicle charging station.

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Business Journal

EXCLUSIVE: Cincinnati hospital to launch first-ever ad campaign

Shriners Hospitals for Children-Cincinnati plans to launch its first advertising campaign to boost the number of patients it treats for everything from serious burns to dog bites and birth defects.

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Business Journal

Cincinnati gets big jobs jolt

Greater Cincinnati added nearly 10,000 jobs last month, boosting employment in the 15-county region to 1,024,700, according to figures released Tuesday by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services .

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Business Journal

Pizza Madness Day 2 opens with 'Battle of Cincinnati'

The second day of Pizza Madness in Dayton opens with the "Battle of Cincinnati" as one of the match-ups.

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WCPO-TV9 Cincinnati

Court Docket: April 22, 2014 A look at those due in court April 22, 2014. 1 min ago

It times of crisis, emergency personnel can't go it alone; they need the help of a strong community as well.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

TheCourier.com

$300K grant helps fund treatment center

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER A proposed residential treatment center for alcohol and drug addiction in Findlay won a $300,000 state grant Monday, enabling it to open in January 2015.

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Cincinnati CityBeat

The Gay (K)not

There is a chasm between the law, love, marriage and homosexuality in America, but they keep bumping into one another like they're on the prowl in a gay bar: doing that Stranger Tango - checking one another out from a distance until one makes The Move.

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The Daily Record

Literary Dublin offers much more than Bloomsday

James Joyce immortalized this misty port city in his literary epic "Ulysses," though many Dubliners freely admit they haven't read a word of the stream-of-consciousness novel.

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Business Journal

Cincinnati's industrial vacancy drops to lowest level in 7 years

The former Enquirer printing plant contains nearly 140,000 square feet. It was sold last quarter to Wegman Co.

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Ohio Newspaper Association

Former Cincinnati Enquirer pressman sells printing plant he worked in, makes $1 million profit

From The Cincinnati EnquirerA former Enquirer employee made a pretty penny when he sold the same building in which he spent many evenings and nights rolling out the next day's newspaper.Al Bamberger, a 74-year-old Green Township resident who worked as a pressman in Cincinnati and Denver for 42 years, sold the 130,000-square-foot printing plant in ... (more)

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Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Forms a Strategic Partnership with GE Aviation

An independent organization, it invests the pension fund's assets and administers the defined benefit pensions of 307,000 active and retired teachers in Ontario.

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Crescent-News.com

Mom faces trial in McDonald's play area overdose

A woman police say overdosed on heroin with her boyfriend at a McDonald's play area near Cincinnati is facing trial.

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WKRC-AM Cincinnati

Man stabbed near courthouse; suspect in custody

Cincinnati police arrested a man Sunday afternoon after a stabbing on Main St. Larry Smith, 33, suffered minor chest wounds and was treated by medics on the scene.

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Sun Apr 20, 2014

WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Public hearing on Monday on Cincinnati bike lane battle

IT'S PROGRESS! AND IS NECESSARY FOR GROWTH. GOOD EVENING AND THANKS FOR JOINING US ON THIS EASTER SUNDAY.

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WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Public hearing on Cincinnati bike lane battle set Monday

Bike riders, small business operators and neighborhood activists are making plans to start the work week with a public hearing about a bike lane battle.

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