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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 $130,000 which is roughly $69/per square foot. More Cincinnati information.

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21 min ago | Down The Drive

Evan Mallory is a Bearcat

Evan Mallory narrowed his list down to his final two . Earlier today he committed to the Bearcats.

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3 hrs ago | Business Journal

Renaissance Hotel opens in downtown Cincinnati

The Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel had its "soft opening" last Friday night, said Keoni Christian , general manager for the new hotel.

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4 hrs ago | Business Journal

EXCLUSIVE: Plot twist in newlyweds' video captures Cincinnati Children's effort to save baby's life

Erin and Rob Marshall almost stopped making a time-lapse video intended to celebrate each of the 244 days they waited for the birth of their first child.

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4 hrs ago | Business Journal

EXCLUSIVE: Hospice of Cincinnati undergoes multimillion-dollar renovation

Glass art panels for a display to recognize donors were crafted by Craig Brown of Streets of Manhattan in Cleveland.

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6 hrs ago | Business Journal

Guest Commentary: Cincinnati chamber's trips abroad have long history

A beautifully produced 1913 brochure entitled "Winter Outings on Summer Seas" shows the Chamber took a group of 50 businessmen and their wives on a three-week tour of the Caribbean.

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6 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch

Murder charge added against man involved in Cincinnati chase

A man has been charged with aggravated murder in the aftermath of a slow-speed chase on Cincinnati-area interstate highways in which police say he held a handgun to his head.

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9 hrs ago | 700WLW Cincinnati

Shock Absorber Maker Expanding in Hamilton

ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America Inc. already employs 381 people in Butler County.

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13 hrs ago | WKRC-AM Cincinnati

City Forgives Loans

"They screw the city and the city goes, Oh! Dang! We got screwed again and then they bury it under the rug," COAST treasurer Mark Miller told FOX19.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Number of bikers in Cincinnati increased in last 10 years

ROUTE. RUSH HOUR TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS ARE IN EFFECT FOR THAT WORK THERE. MORE AND MORE PEOPLE ARE TURNING TO TWO WHEELS INSTEAD OF FOUR TO GET AROUND TOWN.

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WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Cincinnati mayor willing to solidify city funding for historic buildings

John Cranley said Monday that he was willing to write an ordinance and put it before City Council that legally binds the city to contributing $200,000 per year for each building for the next 25 years.

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WLWT-TV Cincinnati

How safe, bike-friendly is Tri-State?

The number of people biking in the city of Cincinnati has increased by more than 80 percent in the last 10 years.

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Business Journal

New program encourages arts patrons to visit OTR businesses

Several arts organizations have partnered to create the Explore OTR card, which is expected to encourage attendees of arts events in Over-the-Rhine to stay and patronize the neighborhood's businesses, Soapbox Cincinnati reports.

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Business Journal

New juice bar coming to Over-the-Rhine

The new juice bar concept will be located at 1218 Vine St. The space was formerly occupied by Cincy Haus: American Legacy Tours, which was the hub for Over-the-Rhine walking tours and a shop for Cincinnati merchandise.

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Business Journal

McDonald: Doubling private support for Union Terminal, Music Hall won't happen

Doubling private-sector support for the repairs to Music Hall and Union Terminal is impossible, a the leader of the group trying to persuade Hamilton County commissioners to put a sales tax increase on the ballot to partially fund the renovations said Monday.

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Cincinnati.com

'Orphan Train' author here Aug. 16'Orphan Train' author here Aug....

Christina Baker Kline, author of bestselling novel "Orphan Train," will be in Cincinnati Aug. 16 to share stories and sign books.

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Business Journal

Restaurant chain scopes locations in Dayton, boosts local contractor

A popular fast-casual restaurant chain with huge expansion plans is looking at Dayton.

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Business Journal

EXCLUSIVE: Cincinnati must repay millions it - unlawfully loaned itself,' judge rules

The city of Cincinnati must come up with $4 million immediately to repay money that it improperly borrowed from a fund to spur economic development in neighborhoods, a Hamilton County judge ruled today in a civil case.

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700WLW Cincinnati

Councilman Proposes Vicious Dog Ordinance

It would hold the owner responsible. A proposal by Cincinnati City Councilman Chris Seelbach could send the owner of a vicious dog to jail for up to six months if that dog seriously injures a person or another animal.

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700WLW Cincinnati

Crimestoppers 7/28/14

US Marshal Office is looking for Geneo Antwaun Bronson for Parole Violation stemming from a Possession of Weapons Charge.

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WBNS

Pretrial hearing set for indicted Ohio legislator

A southwest Ohio lawmaker accused of misleading investors about a company's financial status and using their money for personal gain has a pretrial hearing.

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