Over-the-Rhine

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Courtesty of City of Cincinnati

Cincinnati Council has once again endorsed a plan to make Liberty Street safer for pedestrians.  

liberty street 6 lanes
Courtesty of City of Cincinnati

Cincinnati Council will likely take yet another vote this week on a plan to make Liberty Street safer for pedestrians.  

Bill Rinehart

Cincinnati will begin accepting applications Monday for residential parking permits in Over-the-Rhine.  

Jay Hanselman / WVXU

Nearly two dozen senior citizens who use the Over-the-Rhine Senior Center are asking Cincinnati City Council to support a $50,000 one-time grant to the facility. It would provide operating support to keep it going.

Jay Hanselman / WVXU

The Over-the-Rhine Senior Center will continue to operate at its current location on Race Street for the time being.

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Albert Casare / Cincinnati Enquirer

Alabama Fishbar, a neighborhood anchor at the corner of Race and Liberty streets, will be the site for redevelopment in Over-the-Rhine.

Why You Might See Golf Carts On City Streets

Jun 14, 2018
Bill Rinehart / WVXU

There’s a new way to get around downtown and Over-the-Rhine. Adding to the fleet of Uber drivers, bike shares, pedal wagons and the streetcar, you can now hop on a golf cart. Cincinnati City Council voted in May on an ordinance that set up a three-year pilot program for these low-speed vehicles.

Bill Rinehart / WVXU

Over-the-Rhine residents are putting drug dealers and prostitutes on notice as they partner with police in a renewed effort to clean-up the area.

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Michael E. Keating / WVXU

People who plan cities for a living have named Over-the-Rhine one of fifteen Great Places in America for 2017. 

John Kiesewetter

Let it snow in August? Tickets for the 98 Degrees Christmas concert Dec. 15 at the Aronoff Center -- to promote their new "Let It Snow" Christmas album --  go on sale Friday, Aug. 18.

Bill Fultz

Most of us are familiar with Over-the-Rhine's history but what's below the surface? Cincinnati's underground beer tunnels, crypts and even privies have secrets to tell. The Over-the-Rhine Museum presents "Under-the-Rhine: Tales of Beer, Bones and Bathrooms." It's the latest installment in the lecture series "Three Acts in Over-the-Rhine," with expert speakers dedicated to preserving the neighborhood's history and heritage.

Update May 10, 2016: The planned mixed-use development at Liberty and Elm streets in Over-the-Rhine will move forward. Cincinnati Council voted 8-1 in favor of the project.

Holly Yurchison / WVXU

Cincinnati's Findlay Market is one of the American Planning Association's (APA) 15 Great Places in America for 2016. The organization annually puts out a list of its 15 great neighborhoods, streets and public spaces at the start of National Community Planning Month.

A&E

They're getting the band back together.  Nick and Drew Lachey, Justin Jeffre and Jeff Timmons will tour as 98 Degrees this summer after a three year break.

Their My2K Tour will play 33 cities – including Cincinnati and Dayton – with O-Town (from the first season of MTV's "Making The Band" in 2000), girl group Dream and singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera.

The Weinstein Company

You can share the excitement of multiple Golden Globe  nominations for “Carol” with extras and crew from the film attending a watch party Sunday night.

The free party is open to the public at The Trancept, 1205 Elm St., a recently remodeled old church at Elm & 12th Street in Over-the-Rhine.

Kristen Schlotman, film commission executive director, and “numerous extras” from “Carol” will be there, according to the media announcement.

Bill Rinehart / WVXU

The cost to renovate Memorial Hall is higher than estimated.  Sara Bedinghaus of 3CDC says the contractor bids were $3 million more than expected.

U.S. Senate

Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated Sanders would physically be in Cincinnati. He will, in fact, be live-streaming the event to multiple venues nationwide. 

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will bring his campaign to Cincinnati Wednesday, July 29, when he live-streams a message to supporters at the Woodward Theater in Over-the-Rhine.

Bill Rinehart

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley's veto of the Over-the-Rhine residential parking permit program will stand.  

City Council did not have the six votes needed Wednesday to override it, and it was Council's last opportunity to act.  

Howard Wilkinson / WVXU

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley used his veto power for the first time Wednesday to kill an Over-the-Rhine parking permit plan that council had passed on a five-to-four vote.

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Michael E. Keating / WVXU

A Cincinnati city council committee voted 3-1 Monday to charge Over-the-Rhine residents $108 a year for parking spaces.

The charge would apply to 450 parking spaces in the neighborhood.

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