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Regional News Stories: The Impact of The Recession on College Grads
College graduates who earned their diploma in 2008 faced starting their careers in the worst economic downturn in nearly a century.
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10 hrs ago
Good-Looking People Get Sick Less, Study Says
This isn't just another report from the School of Obviousness - it's the result of a decades-long study .
16 hrs ago
Chris Leyes Joins Graphco Sales Team in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky and Surrounding Areas
July 9, 2014 - Chris Manley, president of Graphco, is proud to announce the recent appointment of Chris Leyes as business development manager covering Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky and surrounding areas.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Lions award annual scholarships
The Bloom-Carroll Lions Club recently announced the recipients of its annual scholarships.
Novelist Leah Stewart wins 2014 Sachs Fund Prize
Leah Stewart, whose recent novel "The History of Us" was set in Cincinnati, has been awarded the 2014 Sachs Fund Prize.
Dr. John Tew tapped for executive role at UC
Dr. John Tew, a longtime professor of neurosurgery at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, was today named executive director of community affairs at the college and vice president of community affairs at UC Health.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
The Trussville Tribune
Pinson native wins another golf tournament
O'Toole, a rising senior at the University of Cincinnati, won the 47th annual Daikin Spirit of America Golf Classic at Burningtree Country Club in Decatur over the weekend.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Hauling danger: More nasty chemicals are spilling on roads and rails
Millions of gallons of formaldehyde, explosive crude oil, sulfuric acid, xylenes and other dangerous chemicals make their way daily across the nation's and region's highways and railroads, carried just yards from other motorists and homes.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Q&A: 3 baritones at center of Opera's - Silent Night'Q&A: 3 baritones ...
Q&A: 3 baritones at center of Opera's 'Silent Night' The true story of the Christmas truce of 1914 is told at Music Hall this weekend.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Space filling up, business picking up at U Square
The price tag was $80 million for an 80,000-square-foot entertainment and apartment complex near the campus of the University of Cincinnati.
First Lady Mary Pat Christie Renews Scholarship Program
The program, which launched on June 20, helps service members pursue a post-secondary education or vocational training by providing another resource to make their higher education and career goals a reality.
Understanding and managing chronic pain
Acupuncture, exercise and massage and physical therapy are among the ways to deal with chronic pain that don't require narcotic painkillers, says Nancy Elder, MD, professor of family and community medicine at the University of Cincinnati.
A few things worth mentioning
To Genesis HealthCare System for bringing a new liver cancer treatment to Zanesville.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
University of Cincinnati
UC Magazine issue serves as tour guide to campus
Consider this issue of UC Magazine your travel guide to the University of Cincinnati, complete with photos of scenic overlooks, descriptions of museum-type collections and even tips for dining out.
The Wichita Eagle
Mentor to hear a jazz geniusa Fred Hersch at the Barn at Prairie Pines
When five-time Grammy Award nominee Fred Hersch was 4, he played the piano with ease.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Memorial run planned for Brogan Dulle
Family and friends of a University of Cincinnati student who committed suicide in May are planning a run in his memory.
Dearborn County Register
Give gift of life
Margaret Mary Health has partnered with Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati to host a community blood drive from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 23. The Hoxworth Donor Bus will parked on the lot, located at 312 Mitchell Ave., in Batesville.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
RB Taylor Boose commits to Bearcats
Running back Taylor Boose of Clifton, Virginia, has committed to the University of Cincinnati, according to Tom Groeschen.
Advocacy College: Essentials of Civil Litigation
New Lawyers Discount If you are an AAJ member and have been admitted to the bar for ten years or less, you can attend the Depositions College for 25% off.
The Daily Caller
Attractive People Less Likely To Get Sick, Study Shows
A new study shows that the more physically attractive people are, the less likely they'll have tinnitus, asthma, diabetes, depression and high blood pressure.