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CincyMusic.com , a website dedicated to all things related to Greater Cincinnati music, launched in early 2012 .
7 hrs ago | WDTN-TV Dayton
The Humane Society of Greater Dayton brings this adorable dog named Sanchez for our Pet of the Week.
8 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
Airline passenger declines in Cleveland won't be nearly as severe as they were in Pittsburgh and Cincinnati -- and a better predictor of what could be in the offing for Northeast Ohio is found in St. Louis and Boston.
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Whether they call it a cold one, a brewskie, an oat soda, a 12 oz. curl or a suds, beer lovers from all over the country packed into the American 1 Events Center on Saturday afternoon to sample a wide variety of brews.
Each week our intern Amber will be exploring what Cincinnatians are interested in by scouring the local Twitter trends and reporting on what she's found.
CINCINNATI Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine fell ill during a speaking engagement Friday in Cincinnati and was taken to a hospital to be evaluated, his office said.
THE CITY'S LONGTIME BREWING TRADITION.... CAN ADD ANOTHER NAME TO ITS LIST. ONE.... THAT ALMOST DIDN'T HAPPEN.
The beginning of an all-out blitz on potholes that would have doubled the number of crews on city streets was postponed Friday because of a scheduling conflict.
The city of Cincinnati provided a $12 million forgivable loan for the 30-story, 300-unit building at Fourth and Race streets.
You will see signs for them in every neighborhood in the Tristate. Now that the Lenten season has arrived, churches throughout our area are frying up fish to bring the community together and help Christians follow the Lenten rule of abstaining from eating meat until Easter.