When its founders broke ground on June 15, 1970, Kings Island didn’t have a name. It was just an idea. But…
Based on what's happened so far, there's a good chance Donald Trump may vacuum up most of Kentucky's delegates in the upcoming caucuses.
Documenting Dickens, Douglass, others in photos was only one way abolitionist James Presley Ball made history.
James Findlay is the namesake of an Ohio city, a Cincinnati street and Hamilton County's oldest surviving public market. But who was the man?
God bless you please, Mrs. Devereux. Cincy loved you more than you will know.
Donna Weaver's 180-year-old riverfront home is rich with the history of Switzerland County.
The odds are good that you have a piece of Donna Weaver’s artwork in your purse, pocket or coin jar.
Of five airliner disasters here, the deadliest killed 70 people on Nov. 20, 1967. Miraculously, 12 survived.
The 40-year career of Jennie Davis Porter — the first African-American woman to earn a doctorate degree at the University of…
One Ohio family sent 15 men to fight for the Union during the Civil War. Five of the "Fighting McCooks" didn't survive.