Cincinnati City Council will soon vote on
tax abatements worth more than half a million dollars for a
controversial luxury hotel project undertaken by Eagle Realty at the
former site of the Anna Louise Inn women’s shelter downtown.
Election Day and the chaos it brings has
just barely passed, but community leaders and educators haven’t wasted
any time in getting a head start on pushing to put a funding initiative
for city-wide universal preschool on next year’s ballot.
Three hundred and sixty-four days after a
Cleveland police officer shot and killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice, a group
of about 60 people gathered in a cold, driving rain at the Hamilton
A panel hosted by the National
Underground Railroad Freedom Center Nov. 7 sought to bring to light the
deep hurt and offense felt by the Native American community through the
use of stereotypical mascots in team sports.