City Council’s Budget and Finance
Committee on June 10 approved development plans for Fourth and Race
streets to build a downtown grocery store, a luxury apartment tower and a
parking garage to replace Pogue’s Garage.
A jury on June 4 ruled in favor of the
former schoolteacher who in 2010 was fired by her employers after
informing them she was pregnant. Christa Dias was awarded $171,000 in
punitive and compensatory damages.
A new study from Harvard researchers revealed
access to Medicaid in Oregon led to better mental health outcomes and
reduced financial strain, but no short-term gains were found in physical
Convening in packed City Council chambers
on April 29, Cincinnati officials discussed the costs and benefits of
the streetcar project in light of a $17.4 million budget gap revealed by
the city administration on April 16.