This Modern Italianate-Style Abode in the West End Just Hit the Market for Less Than $200K

Situated on the burgeoning West End’s Historic Dayton Street District, this Italianate-style abode (831 York St.) mixes modern accents with original charm.…

By CityBeat Staff

This Modern Italianate-Style Abode in the West End Just Hit the Market for Less Than $200K
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PHOTOS: Watch FC Cincinnati's West End Stadium Light Up During Fin-Lighting Ceremony

FC Cincinnati's West End Stadium hosted a fin lighting ceremony on March 18 in preparation for its season home opener this spring.…

By CityBeat Staff

PHOTOS: Watch FC Cincinnati's West End Stadium Light Up During Fin-Lighting Ceremony
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Take a Sneak Peek Inside the West End's FC Cincinnati Stadium

Progress continues as the West End's $250 million FC Cincinnati stadium gears up for its slated mid-May first game. CityBeat hopped on…

By CityBeat Staff

The stadium, with the city behind
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Here's a Taste of What You Can Expect to Eat at the Forthcoming FC Cincinnati Stadium

FC Cincinnati hosted a tasting of their upcoming West End Stadium dining menu in partnership with Levy, a leading figure in sports…

By CityBeat Staff

Smoked ribeye sandwich
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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…

By CityBeat Staff

Check Out the Latest Renderings for FC Cincinnati's Coming West End Stadium
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Cincinnati's Big News Stories from 2018

           

By CityBeat Staff

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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