Steve Hightower has built Middletown-based Hightowers Petroleum into one of the region's biggest minority-owned businesses. And he has two other companies, too.
Nearly 100,000 Greater Cincinnati families will see cuts in their food stamps starting Nov. 1 -- and the biggest impact is yet to come.
The $79.5 million sale of The Banks first phase will mean more money for city and county coffers and will clear the way for even more riverfront development including more apartments and possibly a hotel.
Taren Kinebrew has been building her home-based business since 2009. Now she's ready to open Sweet Petit Desserts on Race Street.
Cincinnati-based Bacterial Robotics wins National Science Foundation grant to develop tiny robots designed to eradicate skull-based tumors.
Pilus Energy makes tiny robots that consume pollution in wastewater, and it's looking to the public to help fund its technology.
Tolls to pay for the $2.5B Brent Spence Bridge replacement project could range from $1 to $2 for cars up to $5 to $10 for heavy trucks, a new study says.
A group of scientists, business executives and academics say this region's abundance of water and know-how could be the key to its economic future.
Cincinnati’s super lawyer seemed to have it all. Until one case brought it all to a halt.
A nonprofit that's been working to restore the historic Emery Theatre has broadened its legal challenge against the University of Cincinnati and Emery Center Corp.
A new plan calls for restored homes, new shops and office space on two large blocks just south of Liberty Street.
3CDC now plans to save and redevelop at least one of three rotting buildings the nonprofit developer owns in Over-the-Rhine.
An interfaith coalition of religious leaders on Wednesday called on Greater Cincinnati's political and business leaders to make affordable housing a priority.
After a week of punishing media coverage of state allegations against fledgling online lending platform SoMoLend, investors worry for the future of the company and its founder, Candace Klein.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' new Cincinnati Mission got a big influx of missionaries Wednesday. But that doesn't necessarily mean more Mormons going door-to-door.
Hundreds of rental houses around University of Cincinnati fall into a housing inspection blind spot that could endanger the college students that rent them and has stirred up neighborhood concern.
After 145 days in the hospital, 13-year-old Ethan Kadish is finally home in Loveland to continue his recovery.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce outlined its legislative priorities at the group's Where We Stand event.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center video shows hospital as a place filled with smiles and joy.
Automaker surprises suppliers with new spending targets that encourage more contracts with women-owned businesses.
Lucy spent more than 16 years as a reporter in Cincinnati for the Cincinnati Business Courier and Cincinnati Enquirer. Her nearly 24 years of journalism experience includes work at daily newspapers in Greenville, S.C, Dayton, Ohio, and Lexington, Ky.