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Antisemitism from Cincinnati Socialists and DivestCinciPride leads Cincinnati Pride Board to encourage Jewish member’s resignation

The American Israelite 13 Jun 2024
Cincinnati Socialists’ and ... Through their words and deeds, Cincinnati Socialists and DivestCinciPride have made clear that they mean to obstruct the process of inclusive community building.
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Massive Union Promenade offers nearly 350 new homes, pickleball, eateries | Going Up

Cincinnati.com 13 Jun 2024
Real estate in Greater Cincinnati is booming ... Building types ... They range from $300,000 to $435,000, and will be 1,396 to 2,525 square feet, according to the Drees Homes website.Cincinnati Children’s medical building, offices.
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Cincinnati Reds are in a Current Playoff Spot; Q&A with Blake Dunn

The Cincinnati Herald 12 Jun 2024
Just like the Undertaker would come out of the casket, the Cincinnati Reds are back from the dead and approaching .500 baseball ... In 2023, Cincinnati lost 10 of 13 to Milwaukee and in 2022, Cincinnati lost 15 of 19 against the Brewers.
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Reminisce: ‘Lima’s Big Store’

Lima Ohio 12 Jun 2024
These blocks, the Republican-Gazette reported in April 1909, would be “razed to the ground” and replaced by a new building, which “will exactly match the Cincinnati block adjoining it on the north, ...
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'We're the perfect yin and yang': Cincinnati sisters turn family passion into thriving business

WCPO 11 Jun 2024
Stehlar focuses on building the business that has taken off in the past year ... For example, the sisters grew up in Cincinnati, so Hall painted a scarf that features the iconic buildings of her hometown ... More Positively Cincinnati.
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Attorney General Yost files lawsuit to stop sale of valuable books from Klau Library

The American Israelite 11 Jun 2024
Warren LeMay, Wikimedia Commons Klau Library Building, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, OH ... The collection has been a vital resource for academic researchers and the Cincinnati community alike.
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Cincinnati nonprofits land America 250 grants for nation's semiquincentennial

Business Journal 11 Jun 2024
As momentum builds around the nation’s upcoming 250th anniversary, several Greater Cincinnati organizations have landed grants for projects tied to the celebration ... .
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Five things you need to know, and the best part of summer

Business Journal 10 Jun 2024
The city of Cincinnati has sued the developer that owns the former Davis Furniture building site in ...
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Cincinnati Public Schools tightens student cellphone policy, pursues Yondr pouches

Cincinnati.com 10 Jun 2024
Cincinnati Public Schools is not requiring every building in the district to adopt a no cellphone policy or even use the pouches ... "Airdropping of threats in the building or in the community that weren't real.".
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Historic riot photos launched this Cincinnati duo to height of photography

Cincinnati.com 09 Jun 2024
Their images of long-gone buildings from Cincinnati’s past, such as the castle-like Chamber of Commerce Building or the old Hamilton County Courthouse, are of particular historic interest ... Both were sons of German immigrants and native to Cincinnati.
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Tri-State nonprofit hosts workshop aimed at uplifting young women

WCPO 08 Jun 2024
CINCINNATI — A Tri-State nonprofit hosted a workshop Saturday aimed at uplifting young women ... held a workshop Saturday at United Way of Greater Cincinnati in Walnut Hills ... the University of Cincinnati.
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Chris Evans joins panel for Generation NOW

The Cincinnati Herald 07 Jun 2024
Cincinnati ... Founded in 2015, Generation NOW is a community-based nonprofit with a mission to build and leverage a diverse and inclusive workforce for young professionals and youth in Greater Cincinnati.
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Connected Communities' success depends on holding private investors accountable | Opinion

Cincinnati.com 07 Jun 2024
The rezoning policy put forth by Connected Communities will most likely encourage developers to build duplex and triplex developments that will improve the density and walkability of Cincinnati neighborhoods.
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Opportunity Louisville: Cincinnati developer says cities face the same challenges in converting offices to residential

Business Journal 07 Jun 2024
“All the markets have fundamentally the same problem. Almost all of these buildings are financially upside-down,” said Lasserre Bradley, president of development at Cincinnati-based The Model Group ... .
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Cincinnati developer Model Group says cities face the same challenges in converting offices to residential

Business Journal 07 Jun 2024
Lasserre Bradley, president of development at Cincinnati-based Model Group, said all cities have essentially the same problem when it comes to office-to-residential building conversions ... .

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