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Check out Maplewood Kitchen and Bar's newest location: PHOTOS

Maplewood Kitchen and Bar, the downtown Cincinnati restaurant that lays claim to the title of best brunch in Ohio, is bringing its beachy, West Coast-style cuisine and decor to a new spot in the subu…
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D-Madeira City Schools Board of Education Meeting - July 16, 2018

Click Here To View the Information D-Madeira City Schools Board of Education Meeting - July 16, 2018
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Plan to eliminate parking minimums in Cincinnati’s basin neighborhoods could face turbulence

The city of Cincinnati will hold public hearings this month on a proposal to eliminate minimum parking requirements in downtown, Over-the-Rhine, Pendleton and parts of Mount Auburn and the West End. …
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Northern Kentucky Tri-ED CEO resigns

The president and CEO of Northern Kentucky Tri-ED has resigned. Dan Tobergte, who has been with the Northern Kentucky economic development organization since 1990, announced that he is ending his 28…
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P&G board ranks among nation’s top 10

Procter & Gamble Co.’s board is No. 9 in the nation in terms of its capacity to govern well, according to a new ranking based on the business experience and acumen of directors. The board of the Cin…
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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra concertmaster to exit after 20 years

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra announced today that Timothy Lees is stepping down after 20 years as concertmaster, a title designated for the first-chair violin, at the conclusion of the 2017-18 s…
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EXCLUSIVE: GCRA executive departs to launch development company

A top executive at the Greater Cincinnati Redevelopment Authority is leaving the economic development agency to launch a development company.
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Greater Cincinnati nonprofit launches campaign to build $5.3M treatment center

A nonprofit serving Greater Cincinnati for nearly 50 years has launched its biggest fundraising campaign ever to build a new residential treatment center. Covington-based Transitions Inc. announced …
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COMMENTARY: How seriously should voters take Pureval’s Pelosi pledge?

Aftab Pureval, the downtown Democrat trying to unseat Rep. Steve Chabot, R-Westwood, has followed in the footsteps of 23 other Dems, pledging not to support Nancy Pelosi for speaker if they win 25 se…
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P&G parts ways with founders of herbal supplements brand

Procter & Gamble Co. has parted ways with the founders of its New Chapter subsidiary, an organic herbal supplements maker it acquired in 2012. Paul and Barbi Schulick made the decision not to renew …
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More Greater Cincinnati physicians get marijuana certificates

Ohio’s State Medical Board approved more physicians for certificates to recommend medical marijuana to their patients this week. Among the names newly added to the list are two doctors in Greater Cin…
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Downtown boxing fitness club set to open

A boxing club focused on fitness will make its downtown Cincinnati debut soon. Title Boxing Club will host its grand opening with two evening classes on July 16 at 710 Sycamore St. The fitness faci…
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Cincinnati bars, restaurants to serve up World Cup specials: SLIDESHOW

The FIFA World Cup championship match between France and Croatia is going down at 11 a.m. Sunday, July 15 (on Fox), and some Cincinnati bars and restaurants have specials to lure you in and keep you …
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When will CVG’s economy parking lot open?

Last fall, as they raised parking prices across the board, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport officials pledged to open a new, economy lot with lower prices by the first quarter of 20…
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Greater Cincinnati coffee roasters spill the beans on growing industry

With consumers more conscious than ever of where their products are coming from, Cincinnati coffee roasters are riding in the wake of the other craft beverage industry.
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