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Looking for something fun to do this weekend? 9 On Your Side has teamed up with CityBeat to bring you the Top 9 picks! In addition to good food, music and one of the largest firework displays in the Midwest set to music from WEBN, fest-goers can expect to see nearly 500,000 other people and a river full of boats.
The Over-the-Rhine Community Council recently submitted a request to the City to convert Main Street back to two-way traffic.
Yes, there is that. But it's also about the role of outdoor public fountains in the city's history and recent resurgence.
Dalton and his wife, Jordan, are listed as the purchasers of a four-bedroom home on Alpine Terrace in Mount Lookout.
The 20,000-square-foot facility, located at 7309 Columbia Road, offers lodging and day care for dogs and cats.
Lockheed Martin brought its F-35 Lightning II mobile cockpit to GKN Aerospace in Cincinnati on Wednesday, where officials and local politicians touted the economic impact the fighter jet program is having locally.
The Corbett Foundation board has decided how to disperse the last of its funds and will shut down immediately, the Enquirer reports.
The building, constructed in 1992, sits on 9.30 acres and contains 96,713 square feet of building space.
It has been almost four years since Emmett Rauch, 4, of Phoenix, swallowed a button battery from a remote, which burned a hole in his esophagus.
Take two barges, tons of sand, and hundreds of firework mortars, put them together and what do you get? Well a fantastic Labor Day Weekend Firework display.
Downtown Cincinnati's newest hotel is celebrating its grand opening Tuesday, even though it's actually been open for a couple of months.
But, the lawmakers behind a companion bill in the Ohio General Assembly aren't predicting a slam dunk; they expect some resistance.
The family of John Crawford III said his death was unjustified. Police said he was shot for refusing to drop what turned out to be an air rifle.
Fresh Thyme will open to the public on Wednesday morning. Justin Schleben stocks melons in the produce department in preparation.
The Naked Cowboy, also known as Cincinnati native Robert John Burck, will help hometown company Procter & Gamble celebrate National Toilet Paper Day by giving away 20,000 rolls of Charmin at Times Square in New York this afternoon.
Artwork by the late Cincinnati illustrator Charley Harper gets a new life in this year's Books by the Banks event poster.
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