Just prior to the
Food Allergy Research and Education walk in mid-September, University
of Cincinnati College of Medicine immunologist Fred Finkelman took the
stage to discuss groundbreaking research on suppressing food allergies
The U.S. Supreme Court on Sept. 29 issued
a stay on a decision by lower federal courts that had extended early
voting hours in Ohio, effectively reverting the state’s early voting
schedule back to one drawn up by conservative lawmakers.
Cincinnati’s LGBT community on Oct. 2
celebrated another move toward legal equality when City Council
celebrated the launch of the city’s domestic partner registry during a
press conference on the steps of City Hall.
A University of Cincinnati professor is
combating the spread of hepatitis C among young adults in Southern Ohio
who inject heroin with a $900,000, three-year grant from the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention.
Terry Collins, former director of the Ohio Department of
Rehabilitations and Corrections, says
he’s deeply conservative and strongly believes in the rule of law — and
also wants to see the death penalty banned in Ohio.
Recent discussions about an ongoing $100 million highway
project at the intersection of Avondale, Corryville and Walnut Hills have raised
questions about ways development might help address the neighborhoods' recent
struggles — and whether it will at all.
As city leaders look to find ways to plug
a $4 million annual funding gap for the operation of Cincinnati’s
streetcar, a major backer of the transit project has proposed a way to
raise a good deal of the needed money.