Ohio lawmakers return to consider bills making changes in voting and election laws and to strip away some of the powers of the state school board.
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Parts of Green and Pleasant streets in northern Over-the-Rhine could become part of the residential permit program should a new plan pass council.
Working in Neighborhoods (WIN) is constructing or rehabbing 25 new net zero or near net zero homes for first-time homebuyers. It is also retrofitting existing homes for legacy seniors in the area.
The public comment period on plans for the future of a new Hamilton County park in Westwood is nearing its end. You have until Dec. 1 to complete a survey on what should be done with the former Gamble estate on Werk Road.
Covington offers free Spanish classes so its workers can communicate with a growing Latino populationThe city of Covington's Human Resources Department initiated the eight-week Spanish course after hearing about a language barrier between a Solid Waste & Recycling employee and a business owner.
Nearly $14 million will be invested into the project that will begin construction in the fall of 2023.
Prior to his many leadership roles in the local health community, Owens was a renowned obstetrician, and established an in vitro fertilization program at the UC Medical Center.
News reports and court affidavits have documented how health care workers sometimes deny women abortion procedures in emergency situations — including NPR's story of a woman who was initially not treated for her miscarriage at an Ohio ER, though she'd been bleeding profusely for hours.
John Y. Brown Jr., Kentucky’s Democratic governor from 1979 until 1983 and a prolific investor in fast food chains, has died at age 88. He is known for catapulting the Kentucky Fried Chicken chain into an international brand.
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