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3925 Spring Grove Ave., Northside

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 1, 2003
Address: 3925 Spring Grove Ave., Northside Owner: William R. Hulgin Value: $44,200 Year Built: 1890 Comments: This steadily decaying building at the intersection of Spring Grove Avenue and  

News: Year of the Status Quo

Democrats, schools and public transit lose at the polls

0 Comments · Thursday, December 26, 2002
Aross the country, in Ohio and in Cincinnati, Democrats are licking their wounds. Tristate fans of light rail will have to settle for buses for years to come. But Cincinnati Public Schools support  

News: Please Don't Go

Bar the door: The young folk are leaving

0 Comments · Thursday, December 26, 2002
Could this have been the year Cincinnati and the rest of the Tristate woke up and realized we're losing our young people and aren't doing much to keep them here? Was this the year we got back t  

News: Family Feud

Sister city activists try to get along

0 Comments · Thursday, December 19, 2002
The Sister Cities Association (SCA) of Greater Cincinnati is supposed to forge lasting friendships across the globe, but its own internal fights are tearing it apart. The Munich Sister City Assoc  

1600 Main St., Over-the-Rhine

0 Comments · Thursday, December 19, 2002
Address: 1600 Main St., Over-the-Rhine Owner: R/B Studio Ltd. Value: $37,100 Year Built: 1860 Comments: The city of Cincinnati uses both incentives and penalties to get property owners movin  

News: Democratic Autopsy

The party is still kicking -- one another

0 Comments · Thursday, December 12, 2002
Hamilton County Auditor Dusty Rhodes received a strong rebuke from his own party Dec. 5 as Democrats met to figure out what went wrong with the 2002 elections. A party member mentioned Rhodes'  

Cover Story: The Bucks Stop Where?

Economic promises remain a work in progress

0 Comments · Thursday, December 12, 2002
They called it "Rebirth of the Riverfront," but they said the 1996 sales tax's ripple effect wouldn't end at the river. Backers promoted that the stadiums' sales tax package would: · Spark spi  

News: Fixing the City

New organizations attempt to reverse Cincinnati's decline

0 Comments · Thursday, December 5, 2002
If the urban center of our region -- Downtown, Over-the-Rhine, the West End, Mount Auburn, Mount Adams, Newport and Covington -- is going to prosper, we need to attract young professionals and cre  

1531 Pullan St., Northside

0 Comments · Thursday, December 5, 2002
Address: 1531 Pullan St., Northside Owner: Thomas Switzer Value: $6,800 Year Built: 1910 Comments: This 560-square-foot building might have started out as a garage, but more recently it was   

Cover Story: A Neighborhood or a Node

New Urbanism meets resistance in Oakley

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 27, 2002
Forces of change are sweeping through Oakley, the East Side Cincinnati neighborhood of about 12,000 people. On one side, community leaders and advocates of smart growth want more of what Oakley