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D-The Blue and Gold Digest - April 19, 2018

From: Madeira City Schools

- The Madeira Schools Foundation welcomed two incredible donations that will benefit Madeira students for years to come. To read the story of how Phil Santoro, MHS `08 and longtime supporters Jay and…
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David Query, Greater Cincinnati school superintendent, dies at 82

David Query, a school superintendent at two districts in Greater Cincinnati, died April 14 at age 82.  Query touched thousands of lives as an educator for more than 45 years, including 31 years at N…
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City Manager Harry Black resigns ahead of council vote

Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black submitted his resignation on Saturday morning ahead of a special city council meeting that was scheduled to discuss his termination. A special meeting was schedul…
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REVIEW: Thibaudet’s Gershwin thrills in crowd-pleasing program with CSO

Wearing an iridescent jacket, Jean-Yves Thibaudet tackled Gershwin’s jazzy tunes and piano runs with a sparkling touch, and seemed to be having fun doing it. Thibaudet’s thrilling performance of Ger…
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Liberty Center steakhouse reopens

A Butler County steakhouse has reopened after being closed six months for renovations, the Journal-News reports. Rodizio Grill reopened its Liberty Center location, one of two in Ohio, on April 16. …
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Downtown Cincinnati hotel project moving forward: SLIDESHOW

Plans to convert a vacant downtown Cincinnati office building into a hotel are still underway.
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Downtown Cincinnati Inc.'s longtime top executive to exit

The longtime president and CEO of Downtown Cincinnati Inc. on Friday announced he is exiting. David Ginsburg, the top executive of the private nonprofit organization since 2002, said he will retire …
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P&G targets harsh social media posts with #GoGentle ad campaign

Procter & Gamble Co. has launched an advertising campaign featuring TV and movie star Priyanka Chopra, and the brand ambassador for Pantene shampoo suggests people think twice about making harsh soci…
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Cincinnati school names director of development

An urban Cincinnati school that meets the needs of at-risk students through the arts has filled a newly created leadership position. Cincinnati Arts and Technology Studios has named Kasey Jo Trbovic…
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Kroger completes $2 billion convenience store sale; here’s what it will do with the cash

Kroger Co. has completed the sale of its convenience store business. The downtown Cincinnati-based grocer (NYSE: KR) announced the planned sale of the division to Blackburn, England-based EG Group f…
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Ohio's largest auto insurer cutting state rates

Ohio’s largest auto insurer is cutting its rates in the Buckeye State. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co., which is also the largest auto insurer in the U.S., will reduce its overall persona…
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Frisch’s names new CFO

Frisch’s Big Boy has named a new chief financial officer. Lee Wall was appointed to the role on April 16 and will report directly to CEO Jason Vaughn while overseeing accounting, finance and the Fri…
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Check out the winners of the 2018 Innovation & Technology Awards: PHOTOS

The Business Courier celebrated the winners of its 2018 Innovation & Technology Awards during a ceremony on Thursday night at the Monastery Event Center in Mount Adams. Nearly 200 people were on han…
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Five things you need to know today, and the pink shoes that might destroy America

Good morning, Cincinnati! It's Weed Day, so, like, whatever. Here are the five most important things you need to know to help start your busy business day: Wall Street reacts to P&G earnings, Merck …
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Cincinnati Jazz Hall of Fame pays overdue tribute

They were Cincinnati jazz legends and young lions, and in some cases, family members accepting for the departed. Each came to the stage at the College of Mount St. Joseph to be inducted into the Cinc…
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