Here's What Twitter Thinks About the New Ohio License Plate

The new Ohio license plate was unveiled Oct. 21, and Twitter users had a lot to say about it (hint, they don't…

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Here's What Twitter Thinks About the New Ohio License Plate
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All The Photos From Warren County's Annual Ohio Sauerkraut Festival This Weekend

Nothing says fun like fermentation! Just a short drive away from Cincinnati is Waynesville, Ohio, home to the 51st-annual Ohio Sauerkraut Festival:…

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A "German Sundae" is one of the most popular foods at the festival
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20 Ohio Towns You're Probably Pronouncing Wrong

Ohio holds a rich history, infused with various cultures from all over the world. From France to Russia to Peru, settlers from…

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    Located in Clermont County, the village of Moscow is a small and quiet town just a few miles east of Cincinnati. 
    Photo: Aesopposea, CC BY-SA 3.0
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PHOTOS: LGBTQ+ Community, Allies Demonstrate in Response to Controversial Sermon at Crossroads Church

Shortly after a controversial sermon at Crossroads Church in Oakley, members of Cincinnati's LGBTQ+ community and their allies held a demonstration outside…

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PHOTOS: LGBTQ+ Community, Allies Demonstrate in Response to Controversial Sermon at Crossroads Church
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PHOTOS: Sunday's Political Protest at the Ohio State Capitol

Despite anxiety following the riot at the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6 and in the midst of massive law enforcement presence and boarded…

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A libertarian protester outside the Ohio State House
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This Modern Maineville Lakehouse is the Perfect Place to Quarantine the Winter Away

Perched alongside Maineville's Landen Farms Lake, this contemporary abode (8101 Baywood Lane) boasts some cozy cabin-esque vibes mixed with its modern-style. Offering…

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This Modern Maineville Lakehouse is the Perfect Place to Quarantine the Winter Away
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Twitter Reacts to Bengals Quarterback Joe Burrow's Devastating Injury

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow suffered a season-ending left knee injury during the team's Nov. 22 game against the Washington Football Team.

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Twitter Reacts to Bengals Quarterback Joe Burrow's Devastating Injury
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Inside Braxton's First Cincinnati Location — in Pendleton's Former 3 Points Urban Brewery

Braxton Brewing Co. has taken over the former 3 Points Urban Brewery taproom in Pendleton and transformed it into Braxton Brewing Company…

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Inside Braxton's First Cincinnati Location — in Pendleton's Former 3 Points Urban Brewery
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FC Cincinnati's West End Stadium Hits a Construction Milestone. See the Progress.

On July 9, FC Cincinnati raised the final steel beam making up the structure of its $250 million, 26,000-seat Major League Soccer…

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Progress on FC Cincinnati's West End stadium, looking north
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PHOTOS: Thousands Take to Fountain Square, March Through Downtown on 10th Day of Cincinnati Protests Against Racial Injustice

An estimated 5,000-6,000 Cincinnatians took to Fountain Square Sunday to protest the police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others. Following…

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PHOTOS: Thousands Take to Fountain Square, March Through Downtown on 10th Day of Cincinnati Protests Against Racial Injustice
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Photos From Cincinnati's George Floyd Protest Monday at the Hamilton County Courthouse

A large peaceful crowd gathered in front of the Hamilton County Courthouse at 1 p.m. Monday afternoon as part of the Young…

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Photos From Cincinnati's George Floyd Protest Monday at the Hamilton County Courthouse
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Images: Marchers and Cincinnati Police Clash in the Hours After Peaceful Local George Floyd Protest Draws Hundreds

Cincinnati Police and marchers faced off in the streets of downtown and Over-the-Rhine during a night of protests over racial injustice. Peaceful…

By CityBeat Staff

An officer and a protester at the intersection of 1th and Vine Streets
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Photos from Cincinnati Tenants' Union Car Protest at City Hall

The Cincinnati Tenants Union organized a car protest at downtown's City Hall on May 6, asking for city and state representatives to…

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Photos from Cincinnati Tenants' Union Car Protest at City Hall
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Inside Look at Life Behind the Mask During Cincinnati's Coronavirus Pandemic

The novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 continues to sweep across the country and, as of April 30, Hamilton County had seen more…

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Trenia Crawford, health care worker
    “I’m in health care. I just came from taking care of a female with MRDD disabilities and another female recovering from surgery. It’s been more stressful during this time, for me and for the clients. I try to make my clients as comfortable as possible during the pandemic. I try to stay busy. It keeps me balanced as well,” Crawford says. 
    “I’ve been wearing the mask for a couple weeks. It’s a very uncomfortable adjustment; it makes it hard to breathe and fogs your glasses up. I’m just trying to take it day by day, go with the ebb and flow of it. What can we do other than take the precautions that we’ve been guided to take and be as healthy and safe for ourselves as possible so we don’t take anything to our families? We’re still here and still blessed, we still have this chance to continue on in our lives. That’s what I’m choosing to do.”
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Images: Cincinnati MLK Day March

Cincinnati Jan. 20 marked what would have been the 91st birthday of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. with a day…

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Marchers proceed up Vine Street during Cincinnati's MLK Day 2020.
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Everyone We Saw at the 2020 Cincinnati Women's March

Despite cold winds and a persistent drizzle, a growing crowd turned out for Cincinnati's iteration of the 2020 Women's March Jan. 18.…

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Demonstrators march past Paul Brown Stadium in downtown during the 2020 Cincinnati Women's March
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How is Construction of FC Cincinnati's West End Stadium Going? Here's an Inside Look

A year after the official groundbreaking for FC Cincinnati's West End Stadium, crews with Turner Construction and Jostin Construction have begun building…

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Crews are currently working on the stadium's structure, erecting steel beams and pouring concrete
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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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