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Old Navy 'Sellebrity' Aodhan Hogan and Old Navy operations manager Patrick Barnette with customers Abbie Fields and Ashlyn Fields from Wilmington.
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Should religious groups be tax exempt?
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Horse racing tracks offering slots-style video lottery terminals will debut Thursday in Lebanon northeast of Cincinnati and next Wednesday in Northfield north of Akron.
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In turn, he became a role model and advocate for education throughout his long career of public service.
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Just in case you missed the announcement, the It Color for 2014 is Radiant Orchid! To learn more about the color.http://tiny.cc/afwt7w It isn't my favorite... This holiday season I decided to participate in The Great Cookie Swap 2013.
Expect to see a lot of people carrying clipboards adorned with green streetcars around Cincinnati the next few days.
Casino revenues in Ohio were essentially flat last month at $70.18 million. That's only about $73,000 more than the four casinos made in October a 0.1 percent increase.
Mason High School's sports programs had one clear message for rivals this past season: Watch out.
When Honey - on Hamilton Avenue in Northside - closed earlier this year, she seized the opportunity.
Startup Weekend Cincinnati was an eye-opening experience for me. It accomplished its goal, explained to me by organizer Tim Metzner , of introducing outsiders to what it's like to work on a startup in hopes that they'd be more comfortable in pursuing entrepreneurship, if they were so inclined.
The project being targeted is the Commons at Alaska project that aims to build 99 units of permanent supportive housing on Alaska Avenue.
A City Council committee on Tuesday voted to rescind council's support for state tax credits going to a 99-unit supportive housing facility in Avondale that would aid chronically homeless, disabled and low-income individuals.
Dr. Michael Hendricks has joined the Clinton Memorial Hospital medical staff and is medical director of the new Senior Behavioral Care unit.
I grew up in Delhi Township and graduated from Oak Hills H.S. in 1983. In 1987 I received a Bachelor's Degree, with Honors, in Political Science from the University of Cincinnati, followed by a J.D. from the College of Law in 1990.
National Honor Society co-presidents, seniors Hannah Jackson and Abby Rieger, opened the assembly before senior Tori Weckenbrock introduced Ono, who commended Mercy on their strong academics and compassionate hearts noting that "Mercy has such a warm heart, with empathy for others, that serves as an example to those around you."
As the Democratic Party's leader in the Ohio Senate, he's been a voice for expanded access to health care, for retirement security for workers, for children's rights and for tax policies that benefit the middle class.
Group leader Ryan Messer says he hopes to collect 12,000 signatures by Saturday and put the issues before voters in a special election as early as February.
Cincinnati's winter shelter for the homeless will open on Dec. 10 and remain open through February, the Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition announced on Friday.