Hundreds in Cincinnati Join Global 'Climate Strike'

Hundreds gathered at Cincinnati City Hall on Sept. 20 to hold a local iteration of the "Climate Strike" protests popping up across…

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Hundreds in Cincinnati Join Global 'Climate Strike'
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All the Photos from the Trump Rally and Protests

Almost a year and a half before the 2020 election, Cincinnati Aug. 1 got a taste of the intensity that will come…

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All the Photos from the Trump Rally and Protests
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First Look at FC Cincinnati's Design for its West End Stadium

FC Cincinnati officials have unveiled designs for the team's $250 million Major League Soccer stadium in Cincinnati's West End. The design for…

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First Look at FC Cincinnati's Design for its West End Stadium
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See the First Renderings of Newport on the Levee's Upcoming Transformation

Newport on the Levee is getting a facelift. Cincinnati-based North American Properties purchased the Levee in December 2018 and is revamping the…

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Buildings will feature new glass gallery walls
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More Than 500 Protesters Drowned Out Nine Attendees at a Klan Rally in Dayton

More than 500 protesters took to the street in front of Dayton's Courthouse Square today to protest a rally by the Sacred…

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More Than 500 Protesters Drowned Out Nine Attendees at a Klan Rally in Dayton
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A Sneak Peak Inside the Former Masonic Lodge in East Price Hill Soon to Become a Community Performance Space

A long-vacant former Masonic Lodge designed by the firm of a famous Cincinnati architect in East Price Hill is about to get…

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Price Hill Harmonic's Ciara Foster plays "Ode to Joy" at a surprise performance inside the former Price Hill Masonic Lodge, which will host the music education nonprofit's performance space next year.
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One of Cincinnati's Oldest Standing Churches is Now a Gorgeous Community Hub and Event Center

Nestled in Lower Price Hill, one of Cincinnati’s oldest churches has become a haven for the neighborhood’s residents and a number of…

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The church's soaring bell tower offers sweeping views of downtown, Lower Price Hill, Queensgate and the West End.
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Check Out the Latest Renderings for FC Cincinnati's Coming West End Stadium

FC Cincinnati released new renderings of its coming Major League Soccer facility in the West End. The team is working to have…

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Check Out the Latest Renderings for FC Cincinnati's Coming West End Stadium
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Cincinnati's 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Day March in Photos

Hundreds turned out for Cincinnati’s 44th Martin Luther King Jr. Day march and associated events amid single-digit temperatures and an increasingly tense atmosphere…

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Marchers make their way from the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center to Fountain Square
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Images From the 2019 Cincinnati Women's March

A crowd of a few hundred braved the cold rain to gather under the Purple People Bridge at Sawyer Point for a…

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Images From the 2019 Cincinnati Women's March
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Cincinnati's Big News Stories from 2018

           

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This spring, a protracted fight between then-Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black and Mayor John Cranley over the dismissal by Black of a top Cincinnati police official spiraled into weeks of stalemate between Black, Cranley and Cincinnati City Council. Black eventually resigned moments before council voted to fire him. The battle in turn spawned  a lawsuit against five Democratic Cincinnati City Council members by conservative activists alleging they broke Ohio open meetings laws because they engaged in group texting about the matter. As if all of that weren't chaotic enough, the entire ordeal seems to have started with allegations that some high-ranking Cincinnati Police officers are misusing the department's overtime system — the subject of yet another ongoing lawsuit. Photo: Nick Swartsell
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Cincinnatians Gather at Fountain Square Vigil for Victims of Fifth Third Shooting

The day after one of the city's deadliest shootings, a crowd of 2,000 came out to remember its victims Photos by Nick…

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Cincinnatians Gather at Fountain Square Vigil for Victims of Fifth Third Shooting
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Cincinnatians Gather at Fountain Square Vigil for Victims of Fifth Third Shooting

After one of the deadliest mass shootings in the city's history, Cincinnatians gathered for an afternoon vigil on Fountain Square to remember…

Cincinnatians Gather at Fountain Square Vigil for Victims of Fifth Third Shooting
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Photos: Cincinnati rally for immigrants draws big crowd to Washington Park

More than 1,000 people in Cincinnati joined "Families Belong Together" rallies across the country today protesting "zero tolerance" immigration enforcement efforts undertaken…

Photos: Cincinnati rally for immigrants draws big crowd to Washington Park
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Protests Against Federal Immigration Policy Draw Hundreds to Roebling Suspension Bridge

More than 300 people marched from Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati onto the walkways on the eastern side of the Roebling Suspension Bridge…

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Protests Against Federal Immigration Policy Draw Hundreds to Roebling Suspension Bridge
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Photos: Protests against federal immigration policy draw hundreds to Roebling Suspension Bridge

More than 300 people marched from Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati onto the walkways on the eastern side of the Roebling Suspension Bridge…

Photos: Protests against federal immigration policy draw hundreds to Roebling Suspension Bridge
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Photos: Thousands join Cincinnati's March for Our Lives Downtown

Braving persistent snow, thousands of Cincinnatians joined marches across the country today advocating for stricter gun laws. Those marches were organized by…

Photos: Thousands join Cincinnati's March for Our Lives Downtown
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