"Sometimes we get caught up in the politics of the city."
With about six months to go before its completion, the Martin Luther King interchange on Interstate 71 already has disappointed the…
Most city departments are being asked to find 10 percent cuts, according to City Manager Harry Black.
Budget cuts five years ago vaporized a county office devoted to tracking and recruiting minority-owned and small businesses.
Here’s how to get in contact with the people representing the Tri-State in Washington.
Cincinnati's new contracting policies resulted in dramatic increases in the government contracts awarded to women- and black-owned businesses.
Council has yet to propose a long-term funding solution to fix the parks system’s maintenance backlog.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has a pet peeve: the use of the term "Rust Belt" to describe his state.
During the first month of the Trump Administration, people trying to voice their opinions to elected officials are increasingly hearing…
No, it's not going to collapse into the river any time soon. Here's the real reason leaders say it needs to be replaced.
If two Cincinnati millennials held a meeting to boost political activism, would anyone actually show up?
Learn why Greg Hardman decided to give up great success in the beer industry to take a chance on bringing back Cincinnati's rich brewing…