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Revitalizing Neighborhoods: Over-the-Rhine

Like Over-the-Rhine, several urban neighborhoods in the vicinity of downtown Jacksonville have struggled through decades of economic distress and decline. However, what's slowly taking place in Over-the-Rhine indicates that when a city invests in itself and quality-of-life, privately financed market rate development tends to follow.
 

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Towne Properties creates community

For Towne Properties, the right market has been the Cincinnati area, and its best-selling amenity has been a “sense of community.” The firm got its start in Mt. Adams—a hilltop neighborhood with views of the city, the Ohio River.

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Cincinnati Council looking to create re-entry task force

Cincinnati Council could vote this week to set up a task force to study re-entry services for ex-offenders. The Public Safety Committee approved the idea last week.

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Gina Oliver named new head lacrosse coach at UC

Gina Oliver, an assistant coach at Duquesne University and United States Women's National Team member, was named head lacrosse coach at the University of Cincinnati, Director of Athletics Whit Babcock announced Friday.

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Graeter's makes list of top ice creams in the US

U.S. News & World Report ranks Cincinnati's own Graeter's Ice Cream as the sixth best ice cream in the country. In addtion to praising the sweet stuff's French Pot swirling process, the national publication cites black raspberry chip as favorite flavor.

Spoiler alert: Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream, of Columbus, Ohio, ranked number one overall. Find Jeni's locally at both Melt and Picnic and Pantry in Northside.

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Cincinnati comes back to its shoreline

A shout-out from The New York Times!

The shoreline of this Ohio River city, which in the 19th century hummed with 30 steamboat visits a day but faded in the 20th as pollution and industrial disinvestment pushed people and businesses inland, is emerging again as a hub of civic and economic vitality.

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Five reasons why Cincinnati is THE place for startup ventures

As an ambitious entrepreneur interested in heading a startup venture, it is important to select the right city to foster your success. While many may assume that Silicon Valley is the only place to be if you want to get noticed and attract investment, the fact is that incredible investment opportunities are readily available elsewhere. What’s more, you may find that a city you hadn’t previously thought of offers an even better opportunity than you imagined. The case for Cincinnati, Ohio can be made with five points.

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Venture For America founder named one of most creative people in business

Andrew Yang named one of Fast Company's 100 most creative people on business for his work with Venture for America. Cincinnati was chosen as one of VFA's first cities.

See the full list here and read Soapbox's Q&A with Yang here.

Cincinnati fights its way back into hearts of hip, trendy

Cincinnati has always done an impressive job of mixing past and present -- its most popular attractions are updated versions of places that have drawn visitors for years, including the Museum Center in historic Union Terminal and Fountain Square, which on warm summer nights is crammed with people.

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Daily Candy names ChoreMonster app of the day

You play the do-you-want-dessert card to get your little excuse-maker to help around the house.
 
When he starts to call your bluff, look to ChoreMonster. The free web-based tool (soon to be released as iPhone and iPad apps) motivates kids to do everything from clean their bedrooms to feed the dog with interactive checklists and graphics. 

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Salon highlights Cincinnati's Community Entertainment Districts

Salon.com writes: A great example of urban entertainment is Cincinnati, where, rather than busting in with relocation plans and a branding scheme, the city has designated five neighborhoods Community Entertainment Districts where aspiring restaurateurs can simply get a liquor license directly from the state for about $1,500, rather than on the open market where they cost up to $30,000.

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Cincinnati offers Toledo a model in crime fight

University of Cincinnati Journalism alum Taylor Dungjen, a cops and crime reporter for the Toledo Blade, returned to her college home town to report on an innovative initiative that is having an impact in Northern Ohio.
 
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Cincinnati dumps Duke Energy

Today, Duke Energy found out that more than 50,000 commercial and residential electricity users in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, are dumping Duke and shifting to 100 percent clean energy. Cincinnati is a trendsetter: it is the first city in Ohio, and the first of its size in the nation, to go 100 percent green.
 
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Cincinnati is launchpad to revamp job training

This week in Cincinnati, the Kasich administration brought together GE Aviation, Duke Energy, health-care providers, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, the University of Cincinnati, technical schools and business groups such as the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber to discuss how they can be the business community’s “first responders” to help them fill their employment needs.
 
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Fifth Third 1Q earnings quadruple after Vantiv IPO

Fifth Third Bancorp reported sharply higher first-quarter net income Thursday, thanks in part to the regional bank's stake in the payment processor Vantiv.
 
Cincinnati-based Fifth Third reported net income of $421 million, or 45 cents per share. That compares with $88 million, or 10 cents per share, reported in the same period last year. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expected the bank to earn 35 cents per share, on average.

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