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Poll: Brown up 10 on Mandel
A new poll out this morning from Quinnipiac University shows Democratic incumbent Sen. Sherrod Brown leading his Republican challenger, state treasurer Josh Mandel, by 10 points. Brown is up 46 – 36 percent; in a February Quinnipiac poll he led Mandel...
Posted: 3/29/2012 8:20 AM in Politics Extra
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Local issues get airing amid busy week in D.C.
WASHINGTON — The din caused by the United States Supreme Court challenge to health care reform surrounded Northern Kentucky business leaders in Washington D.C. for the past two days as they lobbied for local issues. The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s...
Posted: 3/28/2012 9:33 PM in Kentucky Politics
Rove: Obama the “most vulnerable” Democratic president since Carter
Karl Rove, the political strategist who, 12 years ago, engineered George W. Bush’s rise from the Texas Statehouse to the White House, told a ballroom full of Hamilton County GOP voters Wednesday night that President Obama is going to be a tough opponent,...
Posted: 3/28/2012 9:23 PM in Politics Extra
Over-the-Rhine: Best Neighborhood of Cincinnati 2012
Two years in a row! Cincinnati CityBeat’s 2012 Best of the Cincinnati issue is out and Over-the-Rhine was chosen by readers as Cincinnati’s best neighborhood. What a nice recognition of Over-the-Rhine’s flourishing community especially coming on the heels...
Posted: 3/28/2012 8:43 PM in Over-the-Rhine blog
Over-the-Rhine: Best Neighborhood of Cincinnati 2012
Two years in a row! Cincinnati CityBeat’s 2012 Best of the Cincinnati issue is out and Over-the-Rhine was chosen by readers as Cincinnati’s best neighborhood. What a nice recognition of Over-the-Rhine’s flourishing community especially coming on the heels...
Posted: 3/28/2012 8:43 PM in Over-the-Rhine blog
Finan pushes change of Holocaust Memorial
COLUMBUS — Richard Finan of Evendale was not particularly happy with Gov. John Kasich’s proposal for a Holocaust Memorial on the statehouse grounds. And he said so. In his budget revision proposal, Kasich wanted a memorial to Holocaust victims erected...
Posted: 3/28/2012 4:36 PM in Politics Extra
Departures From City Hall
Marvin Hawkins, aide to Laure Quinlivan, leaves his job there to take one at the Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. (3CDC). He’ll be doing programming. Quinlivan hired Althea Barnett, who worked for the Red Cross. And David Miller, who worked for...
Posted: 3/28/2012 4:14 PM in Politics Extra
Whackburger to open in Covington
A new burger joint, Whackburger, is set to open in Covington this May. Polly Campbell reports: Owner/chef Mike Harwood said his inspiration is action comic books. He hopes to open Whackburger by May. It will serve gourmet burgers made from fresh meat...
Posted: 3/28/2012 4:12 PM in New in Town
Burnell’s adds dinner
Burnell’s, the new restaurant in the former Mayberry space, has added dinner, Polly Campbell reports: Burnell’s Restaurant, Downtown, is now open for dinner. The tiny restaurant (in the space that used to be Mayberry) will serve dinner from 6-9:30 p.m....
Posted: 3/28/2012 2:51 PM in New in Town
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