Protestors arrested after Friday's vigil
Six protestors pled not guilty to charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after they were detained by…
Rain holds off for a few days
Since 1988, Evans faced 93 local lawsuits
Long before the FBI raided Newtown landscaper Doug Evans, local and state officials were accusing him of violating zoning and fire codes, air…
Hamilton County halts brewery surcharges
Hamilton County Commissioners is washing out the stink over sewer surcharges at Cincinnati breweries.
Doug Evans selling $9.2 million in property
While well-known Newtown business owner Doug Evans is the target of an FBI probe, he is also trying to sell property that is priced at more…
Will drug tests disappear if pot is legal?
This fall Professor Douglas Berman won’t be teaching his popular class about marijuana. It’s not for lack of interest.
Cool June was hot month for Tri-State home sales
June was another hot month for the Tri-State’s housing market, and it may at last be revving up the region’s homebuilders.
Church group working to regain tax-free status
A Cincinnati corporation that links predominately African-American churches with predominately African-American businesses is working to…
Western Hills Remke Markets to close
The Western Hills Remke Markets in Green Township will close in October.
Hebron man admits illegally exporting technology
It was a case that drew the interest of government national security experts, Louis Brothers of Hebron has admitted shipping military…
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