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DeWine details plan to open mass vaccination sites in Ohio, including Cincinnati

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said Friday the state is planning to open 16 regional mass Covid-19 vaccination sites in the coming weeks, including one in Cincinnati. DeWine said one of the sites will be th…
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Local colleges making plans to return to campus this fall; here’s what we know

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Three Greater Cincinnati universities are making plans for students to return to campus this fall, and while most are pledging a larger return to in-person learning, it will still be far from the pre…
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Rookwood Pottery celebrates women artists with gallery, tour series

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In celebration of Women’s History Month, Rookwood Pottery will debut a gallery featuring a collection of hand-thrown vases by current female artists in homage to the women who came before them,
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East Side craft brewer buys Old Firehouse Brewery

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An East Side craft brewery and homebrew supply store is expanding its footprint and capacity through the acquisition of a shuttered Greater Cincinnati brewery.
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$100M Oakley development gets planning commission OK

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A massive, $100 million residential development that will bring hundreds of new residents to the center of Oakley received a key approval from the Cincinnati Planning Commission Friday.
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Cincinnati’s Black businesses need a boost; how the mayoral candidates say they’ll help

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Cincinnati's mayoral candidates tackled how city government can help Black businesses get greater access to capital, grow their net worth and get a greater share of city contracts.
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Chef Christian Gill opening dive bar, restaurant in Blue Ash

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Chef Christian Gill is getting ready to open his third Cincinnati-area restaurant, coming to a $50 million development next to Blue Ash's Summit Park.
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THAT’S A WRAP: Cincinnati’s biggest job creation news you may have missed

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Here's your roundup of the biggest job creation stories from the Business Courier in the past two weeks.
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One of Cincinnati's largest hotels completes massive renovation

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One of Greater Cincinnati's largest hotels just got an upgrade. The Cincinnati Marriott at RiverCenter in Covington has completed an overhaul of its 321 rooms, meeting spaces and public spaces, acco…
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Ohio’s top-ranked school district eyes $77 million in upgrades

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Indian Hill Exempted Village School District is working on plans for $80 million in upgrades to its facilities.
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Five things you need to know today, and your chance to make a real difference

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Happy Friday, Cincinnati! I hope your experience with securing a Covid-19 vaccine goes as smoothly as it did for me on Thursday. One and done, thanks to Johnson & Johnson, with no side effects. Now t…
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New software startup aims to make Cincinnati 'major hub'

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Cincinnati is poised to become a "major hub" for a new B2B startup that recently raised $1.25 million to launch.
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DoorDash awards grants to 32 Cincinnati restaurants

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Restaurant delivery service DoorDash is awarding grants to 32 Cincinnati restaurants as a part of a $10 million effort to provide relief to the industry across the U.S. and Canada amid the Covid-19 p…
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Bank purchases site for first Greater Cincinnati branch

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A bank is entering the Greater Cincinnati market for the first time by opening a branch it just purchased in Northern Kentucky.
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Is City Hall ready for reform?

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Council members weigh in on proposed efforts targeting ethics, campaign finance transparency and the suspension of indicted members.
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