Monthly Archives: June 2011
Cincinnati's the most socially connected city in the world. Let's flex our social media muscle and push OTR over the top in the This Place Matters contest! Vote at http://bit.ly/voteotr
In 1862 an 18-year-old Brooklynite named Mary Hopkins came to Cincinnati with ideas for a walkable community in her new home. Long story short,...
The League of United Latin-American Citizens (LULAC) annual conference is well underway in downtown Cincinnati. As a part of the conference, there will be a free premiere performance of Cincinnati: A City of Immigrants tonight at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
Metro officials have announced that the region's largest transit operator will install a new electronic payment system on its entire bus fleet by the end of 2011. The $4.5 million investment was made possible by a $3.6 million federal grant, but did the investment go far enough?
Cincinnati will be awarded the John A. Sasso National Community Development Week Award today for its use of CDBG funds on the Ohio River Trail project. The NCDA says that the project will help improve the lives of those living in the area.