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Aquaponics project hopes to bring fresh, locally produced fish to Cincinnati

Local, organic fish are difficult to come by in Cincinnati, and experts do not recommend consuming fish caught from the Ohio River very often. A company called Self-Sustaining Enterprises (SSE) is looking to fill that void with an innovative practice that will bring locally grown, organic fish to the Cincinnati region.
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Shop locally this season with Cincinnati Unchained and Crafty Supermarket

Cincinnati Unchained and Crafty Supermarket bring two great opportunities to keep your dollars local this holiday season.

CPA honors Cincinnati’s best preservation projects in 2011

Cincinnati Preservation Association honored the city's best preservation projects at their annual ceremony this past Sunday. Awards were given to single-family homes, large-scale redevelopments and projects that preserved significant civic spaces.

Cincinnati submits $56.8M TIGER III application to fund modern streetcar extension

Construction on the first phase of the Cincinnati Streetcar will begin in the coming months throughout Downtown and Over-the-Rhine. A new $56.8 million request for TIGER III funds would allow the city to restore the project's Uptown Connector and Riverfront Loop components that had been eliminated due to budget constraints.

Cincinnati defeats Issue 48 and votes a younger, more progressive city council into office

Cincinnatians defeated Issue 48 at the polls on Tuesday, and scored the second major political victory for rail transit advocates over the past three years. In the process, voters also dramatically altered City Council by voting in four new democrats - three of which are 32-years-old or younger.