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News: Coloring Northern Kentucky

Vision 2015 aims for greater inclusion

0 Comments · Friday, June 29, 2007
Thousands of new jobs, more high school graduates in college, an inclusive community -- the future is bright in the eyes of a Northern Kentucky planning group that hopes to reshape the region by o  

News: Connected Shelters

Innovative technology improves care for the homeless

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 19, 2005
A Cincinnati area computer system created to improve the care of the homeless is proving to be a surprising success story for cooperation among social service agencies. Hamilton County soon will   

News: Square Deal

Fountain fight symbolizes larger development controversy

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 18, 2004
The inner fears, dreams and hopes of the city have burst out this summer in discussions over Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation's (3CDC) plan to renovate Fountain Square. From older  

News: Tax Revolt

Norwood's future uncertain after residents reject large tax hike

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 11, 2004
The year was 1956 and the city of Norwood was at its peak. Its factories produced playing cards, Chevrolets, shoes, laundry machines and electric motors. The city's population doubled on the we  

News: Air Fare

Environmental health collides with transportation budgets

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 4, 2004
In the bureaucratic world of regional transportation planning, Byzantine laws and arcane procedures are the norm. With enough acronyms to fill a dictionary, it's easy to see why most people don  

News: Square Not Hip

Young professionals look beyond Fountain Square project to improve Cincinnati

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 28, 2004
Young professionals and members of the "creative class" have a simple message for downtown developers: Build us grocery stores, unique boutiques and useful public transportation -- not a spruce  

News: The Green Team

The 'other' party wants something besides your vote

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 21, 2004
The menu for the Green Party presidential ticket's July 19 visit to Northside was simple: cobb salad, corn on the cob and fruit cobbler -- all plays on the name of presidential nominee David Cob  

News: The Touch That Heals

'Energy therapy' soothes suffering children

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 14, 2004
Christina Yash, R.N., starts to work her magic with a piece of plastic cheese hanging from her beaded necklace. Anna MacConnell grasps the piece of cheese in her hand and twiddles it around with  

News: Do-It-Yourself Politics

Bush foes aren't leaving it to the party pros

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 7, 2004
They are unified by a common goal: former Nader supporters, veterans, political neophytes, lifelong Democrats, college students, single women, immigrants, retired folk, members of the "creative   

News: After the Shooting

Responding to use of force by police makes the difference

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 30, 2004
Five shots ring out in a dark alley after a high-speed pursuit. An unarmed African-American teenager lies on the ground, clutching his cell phone. A young white police officer stands over the dyi