The results from the Five Points Alley Five Points Alley Community Visioning Session were presented by the students from UC's Metrolab this past Saturday. I don't think any of the results were ground shaking or surprised anyone. I was more interested
Transit experts will gather in Columbus on May 10 for a day-long summit to discuss the challenges and political realities of building a 21st century transportation system in Ohio; and the public is encouraged to attend.
Yes! after all the anticipation Halfcut is finally open for brewsness. Halfcut is taking a different approach to the bar concept. They originally intended to fill growlers through a walkup window, but they've expanded that and hit upon a "deli" style
Cincinnati lags behind its regional competitors in virtually all measures when it comes to attracting immigrants to the region, even trailing smaller regions and those losing population overall. So, what's the problem?
You can thank Congress for all those tolls that will soon hit the Cincinnati region. This should be a wake-up call for not just the lawmakers who have failed to raise the gas tax since 1993 or peg it to inflation, but also every voter. Locally we hear...