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Political battle lines drawn as Republicans, COAST turn in 38K signatures to repeal sales tax increase

Hamilton County Republicans and the Coalition Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes turned in about 38,000 signatures Wednesday aimed at repealing a 0.2 percentage point sales tax increase imposed…
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EXCLUSIVE: Why downtown traffic could cause headaches through 2019

Sick of the traffic delays? You're not alone.
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Cincinnati expert: Top 5 questions boomers ask about 'situational social security'

Everyone’s situation is different—and married couples, singles, surviving spouses, children, divorced individuals and married couples with large age discrepancies—should apply Social Security strateg…
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Community unites and impacts the region through the arts

Cincinnati is the only region in the United States that, for each of the past five years, has seen an investment of $10 million dollars made in the demonstrable, desirable impact of local arts — than…
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EXCLUSIVE: Radius at the Banks apartments listed for sale

The second phase of apartments at the Banks is being marketed for sale.
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P&G reveals winners of CEO Challenge to draw top talent

Procter & Gamble chief executive David Taylor met today with three Saudi Arabian women who formed the winning team in the company’s first global competition designed to identify talented college stud…
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Three Cincinnati startups accepted into Techstars, nation's largest accelerator program

Three Cincinnati startups, the most in a single year for the city, are entering Techstars, a top-rated and the nation's largest accelerator program. Techstars has consistently been named among the t…
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Kroger to hire 300 in Greater Cincinnati

Kroger Co. is looking to hire hundreds of people in Greater Cincinnati. Downtown Cincinnati-based Kroger (NYSE: KR), the nation’s largest operator of traditional supermarkets, is conducting a hiring…
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Greater Cincinnati incubator kitchen owner expanding to new market

A Greater Cincinnati entrepreneur who has opened two incubator kitchens for local food entrepreneurs is expanding her concept to a market north of the city. Rachel DesRochers is not only the owner o…
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Nonprofit arts group eyes Burnet Woods for new home

The Clifton Cultural Arts Center is looking to build a new home, and it is focused for now on Burnet Woods, a Cincinnati park that sometimes has been at the center of controversy when it comes to pla…
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Five things you need to know today, and FC Cincinnati packs 'em

Good morning, Cincinnati! Here are the five most important things you need to know to help start your busy business day: P&G to buy skin care brand Procter & Gamble will acquire First Aid Beauty, a…
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Greater Cincinnati nonprofit names first board chair

A Greater Cincinnati nonprofit has named its first chairman of the board. Gregory Vehr, vice president of government relations and university communications at the University of Cincinnati, is the f…
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Greater Cincinnati home to three of Ohio's 'Best Value' colleges

When it comes to value, three Greater Cincinnati universities rank among the best in Ohio. A new report from SmartAsset, a New York-based financial technology firm, lists Miami University, the Unive…
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FC Cincinnati’s attendance breaks barrier; here’s how it stacks up with MLS clubs

FC Cincinnati fans keep pouring into Nippert Stadium, pushing the club past a key attendance milestone and lifting it high on the list of top-drawing U.S. soccer teams at any level. FC Cincinnati’s …
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Hamilton County tax increase vote set for next week

The fate of the region's largest bus system will begin to come into focus next week, when the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority board votes on whether to put a sales tax increase on the Novem…
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