New Indian restaurant launching in OTR

February 8, 2018 by  

Injoy, which started as a food cart, is launching a brick-and-mortar restaurant in the Over-the-Rhine (OTR) neighborhood of Cincinnati.

The eatery, which will [Read more]

Cincinnati council members want affordable housing

February 6, 2018 by  

Cincinnati Councilman David Mann wants the city to move quickly to address the lack of affordable housing, and seven other members of the city council signed his motion.

The action comes despite the [Read more]

Clifton seeks Community Entertainment District designation

February 6, 2018 by  

The Clifton area of Cincinnati could become a community entertainment district (CED), if the neighborhood’s business association and community council have their wish granted.

Harry Black, Cincinnati’s city manager, recently filed a [Read more]

Local library announces upcoming schedule

February 2, 2018 by  

The Mercantile Library in downtown Cincinnati recently revealed its schedule for 2018.

Appearing soon is [Read more]

Cincinnati buys green energy

January 3, 2018 by  

Cincinnati recently signed a contract with Dynergy Inc., whereby the city will buy energy for the city’s facilities, starting this month [Read more]

Cincinnati and Logan sign agreement

January 2, 2018 by  

Harry Black, Cincinnati’s city manager, recently signed an agreement with Logan, Australia, in the first time the Australian city has signed this type of agreement [Read more]

Next CiTiRAMA® to be in West End

January 2, 2018 by  

The location for the next CiTiRAMA® has been announced—the development of show homes will be located in Cincinnati’s West End, according to an article on the city’s website. [Read more]

Madcap Puppets soon to have new home

January 2, 2018 by  

Madcap Puppets, Cincinnati’s award-winning theater group, is one step closer to getting a new home, with the Cincinnati Park Board’s approval of leasing Westwood Town Hall Park to Cincinnati Landmark Productions [Read more]

Cincinnati a finalist for GeekWire’s temporary HQ

December 10, 2017 by  

Cincinnati seems to be having a run of good luck at the moment. Not only is it a finalist for the expansion team of Major League Soccer, it has also reached the last stage for the temporary headquarters of GeekWire, according to an article on Cincinnati.com.

GeekWire is a news website that covers innovation, science, and technology. The company, which is based in Seattle, is looking for a second headquarters, though it will be a temporary one. There are three other cities under consideration: Pittsburgh, Raleigh, and Denver.

GeekWire announced that its purpose in setting up a second headquarters is to embed staff members in the city during the month of February. They will study and report on the local technology in order to assess whether or not the city under study could become the ‘next great North American tech city’. Readers will be able to vote for the winning city on GeekWire’s website.

Cintrifuse, an important presence in the start-ups in Cincinnati, made the proposal to GeekWire. Eric Weissmann of Cintrifuse said he was not surprised to hear GeekWire was considering Cincinnati, considering what the city has to offer, such as a number of Fortune 500 companies, a growing start-up community, and a knack for leading the news.

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FC Cincinnati stadium moves forward

December 10, 2017 by  

Major League Soccer has named four cities that are now in competition to be the site of a new expansion team: Sacramento, Detroit, Nashville—and Cincinnati.

In an effort to [Read more]

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