Mayor Cranley’s first budget cuts out some community groups, gives cash to others outside standard funding process
0 Comments · Wednesday, June 11, 2014
There are lingering concerns about the
ways programs designed to help neighborhoods will or won’t be funded
under Mayor John Cranley’s first budget, which City Council passed June
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4 Comments · Thursday, January 3, 2013
I’ve been living in downtown Covington, Ky., since the
middle of July 2011. Having lived in Cincinnati for most of my adult
life and with a lot of that time working and/or living downtown,
Covington has been an adjustment for me. In my view, Downtown Covington
isn’t anything like the city across the river.
Proposal to city council could restrict access to abortions and birth control in certain neighborhoods
0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Cincinnati might soon be Ground Zero in an unconventional effort to potentially restrict access to abortions on a neighborhood-byneighborhood basis. A member of a Catholic order is lobbying city officials to change Cincinnati's zoning laws and allow the creation of 'life peace zones' aimed at prohibiting certain types of activities.