Cincinnati Riverfront Park Project Manager Dave Prather has released the latest construction update on the massive 45-acre public park project. In the video Prather discusses recent progress including the archaeological dig, event lawn, connectivity with The Banks development, bicycle commuter station and a realigned Mehring Way. The video also updates the status of the much anticipated Moerlein Lager House for which several new renderings are displayed.
Cincinnati officials are developing a plan that would completely rid the city of its dependence on fossil fuels for its vehicles by 2025. City Council has already approved the first phase of study required for the plan that could eventually save the city millions of dollars annually in fuel costs and emission reductions.
Apparently my post regarding eminent domain was a controversial one, and it seems that some people may have missed the overriding point I was...
Hundreds of streetcar supporters stretched for blocks alongside the construction of the Cincinnati Streetcar on Sunday. Their protest was significant as it came on the day the incoming mayor and council were sworn into office.
The Equinox Cincinnati: Pride 2010 parade and festival takes place in downtown Cincinnati again for the first time since 1995. Pride is an all-weekend, annual festivity that gives the Greater Cincinnati LGBT community and allies a chance to come together and celebrate their individuality as well as diversity in general.