Cincinnati Parks Giving Away Free Trees to Plant in Your Yard to Help Urban Tree Canopy
The tree canopy offsets the "impacts of air pollution, urban heat island effect, residential energy demands and storm water management." Cincinnati Parks' goal is to get every neighborhood to 40% canopy coverage.
By Maija Zummo and Danny Wicentowski
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Biden White House Gives Ohio a 'C-' for Infrastructure While Pitching American Jobs Plan
The pseudo-report card doesn't just target the conditions of roads and bridges, but also a slew of shortcomings including lack of affordable housing, broadband access and childcare.
By Danny Wicentowski
CBP Officers in Cincinnati Cockblock Illicit Viagra Shipment
The intended Missouri recipient may have performance anxiety without their precious $1.2 million package.
Sittenfeld's Lawyers File Motion Claiming Feds 'Cherry-Picked' Quotes, 'Misconstrued Essential Facts' in Indictment
P.G. Sittenfeld and his lawyers are claiming unfair pre-trial prejudice in a new motion filed with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio on Wednesday.
One-Third of Cincinnati’s City Council is Facing Bribery Charges. The Rest are Figuring Out How to Move On.
“I think it’s important to understand that this all happened in a City Hall culture that for too many is about power, at all costs.”
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