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2015/05/19 15:53
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P.G. Sittenfeld today challenged Ted Strickland to a series of six debates around Ohio that would forgo “the normal regurgitation of sound bites” as they campaign for the Democratic nomination for...
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2015/05/14 14:53
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... Sittenfeld says he is the future, Strickland the past The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum...
2015/05/13 22:21
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The Cincinnati City Council unanimously approved a development agreement on Wednesday that will bring a $95.5 million investment from Medpace Inc. and its development partner, RBM Development, to the...
2015/05/08 16:21
2015/05/08 16:21
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Morning y’all. Here’s what’s going on today. The battle over Over-the-Rhine’s parking plan continues. Yesterday, Mayor John Cranley told the Cincinnati Enquirer that he would be open to eliminating...
2015/05/08 11:21
2015/05/08 11:21
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Edgewood-based Ashley Commercial Group has proposed a plan to create 62 loft-style apartments in the Merchants Building at 32 W. Sixth St. Construction is expected to begin in July on the project,...
2015/05/08 08:53
2015/05/08 08:53
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Strickland campaigns for Senate-bid support from LGBT activists The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum podcast. Your...
2015/05/06 23:03
2015/05/06 23:03
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Updated: Wed, May 06 2015, 06:07 PM CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- Cincinnati City Council may help people who can't pay their parking tickets within a week. Tickets currently cost $45. That amount doubles if...
2015/05/06 04:03
2015/05/06 04:03
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Updated: Tue, May 05 2015, 11:45 PM MADISONVILLE, Ohio (WKRC) -- A plan to bring new apartments and restaurants to Madisonville has been stopped by the city. A developer wanted to put nearly 260...
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2015/05/05 00:21
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This updated rendering of the RED gives a better look at the planned $25 million luxury apartment development. A Cincinnati City Council committee on Monday blocked a proposed $25 million luxury...
2015/04/30 16:21
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Hey hey Cincy. So I’m a little groggy today after spending, oh, I don’t know, over three hours binge-watching the latest few episodes of Mad Men last night. This is unlike me — I don’t normally watch...
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