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A new I-71 interchange at MLK Drive and Reading Road will link long-disconnected communities to the highway. - Photo: Nick Swartsell or decades, uptown neighborhoods Avondale, Corryville and Walnut Hills have struggled with the challenges associated with disconnected inner-city areas.
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Six mayors, more than 105 economic development projects creating 16,850 jobs, at least $1.4 billion in corporate private capital and more than $100 million in state and local incentives. Joe Whitaker counts those relationships and accomplishments among his 34 years with city government, which come to a conclusion Friday when he retires two days before he turns 68. Along the way, the Cincinnati native and banker by training maintained an even demeanor in working with elected and appointed city officials 'galore,' in addition to scores of private executives.
Despite widely publicized cases, officials say crime in the neighborhoods around the University of Cincinnati is down so far this year. CAUSED HIM TO CRASH A FEW WEEKENDS AGO.
The Bearcats were granted 4,000 tickets in Ohio Stadium for next Saturday's match up with the Buckeyes. They didn't last long.
Connie Wehrkamp, spokesperson for Gov. John Kasich's campaign, says they haven't been able to settle on any debate dates. "Despite good faith efforts on our side, the implosion of his campaign two months ago put a pause on debate negotiations, and then the recent abandonment by his party and give-away of his campaign cash seems to now have finished off any serious effort by their campaign altogether.
Hey, Fonzie: Welcome to Zinzinnati! Get ready for the beer-drinking and brat-eating bonanza that is Oktoberfest. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1u2J9JW Welcome to Zinzinnati! That's right, Zinzinnati.
Today's Justice of the Day is: WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT. Chief Justice Taft was born on this day, September 15, in 1857.
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This is the latest installment of D-School Futures , our interview series on the evolution of industrial design education. Today we have answers from Craig Vogel, associate dean of the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning , and a professor in the School of Design with an appointment in Industrial Design.
A glittery crowd thronged into the newly renovated Hyatt Regency Ballroom, in Downtown Cincinnati on Friday night to celebrate a project that has Actor Louis Gossett Jr. finds family in Cincinnati A glittery crowd thronged into the newly renovated Hyatt Regency Ballroom, in Downtown Cincinnati on Friday night to celebrate a project that has Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1tOiNLM A glittery crowd thronged into the newly renovated Hyatt Regency Ballroom in Downtown Cincinnati on Friday night to celebrate a project that has been serving three impoverished communities in Tanzania for a decade.
Thanks to data-driven innovations funded with a $4.2 million grant in 2011 from the Bloomberg Philanthropies, New Orleans dropped its murder rate by 20 percent between 2012 and 2013. In the last two decades, New Orleans has ranked as a murder-capital of America for cities over 250,000 people.
Writers are a breed of human that are different from normal folk. There is this innate yearning of the soul to be fed on words and travels and meeting people who have a story to tell that is as unique as the writer.
Inspiring Brahms at CCM with Ariel Quartet, Pressler Performance bridges generations: 30-something quartet and pianist, 90 Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1tCblTJ The master pianist, founding member of the legendary Beaux Arts Trio for nearly 55 years, joined the Ariel Quartet for a riveting performance of Brahms' Piano Quintet in F Minor to open the season at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music on Tuesday. Corbett Auditorium was packed for this generation-bridging performance, matching the eternally youthful pianist with the gifted Ariel Quartet, rock stars of the classical scene whose members are 30 and under.
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