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Construction to restrict Columbia Parkway traffic for four days

A major East Side thoroughfare will be reduced to one lane for four days beginning Friday morning. Columbia Parkway/U.S. 50 will be reduced to one lane in each direction beginning 9 a.m. Friday unti…
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Personal training company turns to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to speed up athletes

A Cincinnati personal training company has applied landmark research from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center about how to improve speed to a training program that has significantly boosted…
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Greater Cincinnati grocery worker diagnosed with hepatitis A

Clermont County health officials said today that an employee of the Felicity IGA grocery had been diagnosed with hepatitis A, and anyone who recently ate food from the deli was cautioned to be alert …
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Circus-inspired brewery unveils taproom inside historic Greater Cincinnati theater

Circus Mojo owner Paul Miller has the finish line in sight: next week he will reopen the historic Ludlow Theater in Northern Kentucky as a taproom and stage for his brewery, Bircus Brewing Co. The r…
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Simpson: ‘The message is, throw out the old book’

Yvette Simpson, the former city councilwoman and 2017 mayoral candidate, is largely leaving Cincinnati politics behind for now to work to scale up Democracy For America, a national progressive politi…
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Cincinnati expert: Why workplace culture matters

According to a national Gallup poll, the average, full-time financial industry employee typically works more than 60 hours per week.
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Queen City Angels planning largest-ever fund

Cincinnati’s angel capital group, Queen City Angels, is planning to raise another investment fund that would be its largest yet.
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EXCLUSIVE: $3.5 million office condos coming to Kenwood

Robert Lucke Group recently started construction on a $3.5 million office condominium project in Sycamore Township.
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UC Health nurse tapped by governor for state board

Ruda Jenkins, a registered nurse who is clinical manager for UC Health’s Air Care & Mobile Care ambulance system, has been appointed to the Ohio Board of Emergency Medical, Fire and Transportation Se…
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Orchids at Palm Court has a new executive chef

Cincinnati's – and the state of Ohio's – only AAA Five-Diamond restaurant has named a new executive chef. George Zappas is the new executive chef at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza downtown, …
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Five things you need to know today, and what is your question?

Good morning, Cincinnati! The boss is on special assignment, so yours truly gets to fill in. Here are the five most important things you need to know to help start your busy business day: Chris We…
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Get a look inside a former downtown factory turned apartments: PHOTOS

The former home of the Hamilton County Board of Elections, and before that the Crane-Hawley Co., has nearly completed its transformation into 69 urban apartments. Crane Factory Flats, located at 824…
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United Way projects lower-than-expected campaign results

The United Way of Greater Cincinnati is projecting its 2018 campaign to bring in even less than it had previously predicted following turmoil among its leadership. The nonprofit, which funds more th…
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Cincinnati’s bed bug ranking improves

While Ohio had more cities on the list of most bed bug-infested towns in the nation than any other state, there’s good news for the Queen City. Cincinnati has fallen to No. 5 on pest control service…
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Thanksgiving travel: Here are the busiest airports and routes

Planes between Chicago’s O’Hare International (ORD) and New York City’s LaGuardia Airport (LGA) are likely to be packed during the always-busy Thanksgiving travel period. That’s one of a number of c…
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