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Nabbing Stolen Bikes on the ’Net

Victim creates grassroots resource

1 Comments · Wednesday, October 5, 2011
A short scroll down the Cincinnati Stolen Bike Network’s Facebook page reveals tale after tale of bicycles swiped outside of workplaces, bars and garages around the city. Some were stolen in the dark of night, some in broad daylight. Unfortunate owners post photographs of their beloved bikes and their relevant stats: make and model, color, unusual identifiers (like stickers or a broken pedal) and sometimes a serial number.  

Not Short on Vision

Beth Robinson leads Uptown Consortium's mission to revitalize urban neighborhoods around UC

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Uptown Cincinnati is home to some of the city's largest employers, best known attractions and entertainment spots. In the right spots you'll see vibrancy, potential and even a little charm. But like in so many areas of the urban core, other parts are run down, prone to violence. The nonprofit Uptown Consortium has promoted the revitalization of these urban neighborhoods since 2004.  

Cuts in HIV Drug Program Could Prove Fatal

Without meds, 'you will get sick and you will die'

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 28, 2010
The latest round of state budget cuts literally is a matter of life and death to some of the people affected. More than 5,000 people use the Ohio HIV Drug Assistance Program (ODAP) to get expensive life-saving medications that treat HIV. Recent government belt-tightening, however, has led to a first-time waiting list and other major cost containment measures for the 20-year-old program.  

New Camp Helps Kids With Mental Health Issues

SummerSmart is the first of its kind in region

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 9, 2010
For most kids summertime means freedom. It's a time of exploration and long days of fun without the rigid structure of the school day. Nothing sums up that childhood rite of passage than time away from home at summer camp, a place where children can make friends and learn new things. But for other kids, a lack of structure, meeting new people and trying new things can be a frightening and scary experience.  

Getting a Second Chance

Literacy Center West offers GED, job training help, placement

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Liz Mellon, a struggling high school senior, dropped out of school just a couple of credits shy of graduation. She may have never finished her studies, but a life-changing event motivated her to earn a GED — she became pregnant. Not wanting to spend her life in low-paying, dead-end work, Mellon turned to Literacy Center West, a GED preparatory, job training and placement center in East Price Hill.  

Making the Grade at CPS

New CPS superintendent pins her hopes on fresh approach, technology

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Even before her first day on the job, Mary Ronan knew she would face tough scrutiny. Not from the people who hired her, although they would be watching too, but from the parents of the 34,000 students who have entrusted her with their children's education. Ronan talks with CityBeat about her new position, the challenges and progress of overseeing the district, increasing parental involvement and educating the city's children with never-ending pressures of budget shortfalls.  

Cover Story: 2008 Women's Issue: See Jane Run

Women and politics, and why it makes a difference that we're involved

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
During a conversation about birth control and abortion, a female Republican friend once told me: "If men had babies, you could have an abortion by drinking tap water." That might be an exagge  

Cover Story: The Clinton Campaign Legacy

Local women discuss the Clinton effect and how women win in politics

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
It's happened in Israel, India, Ireland and England. It's even happened in Liberia, the Philippines, Indonesia and Chile. But in the United States, a country where women make up a majority of t  

Cover Story: Women by the Numbers

It's not all good in Ohio and Kentucky

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
Ohio and Kentucky are near mirror images in the political and economic status of their women. Though we've made gains, we still have some catching up to do. Women make up just over half of both st