Skip to Main Content
riverfront-covington2x

Our City's Stories

We can’t stop amplifying the amazing things going on in our city. Turns out, neither can national news services! We have collected all of the latest articles in an easily shared space so you can read up on the excitement.

Random Cincinnati Image 1

Cincinnati Agency Buys Nearly 200 Rental Homes, Thwarting Private Investors

A Cincinnati government entity outbid more than a dozen investment firms to buy 194 homes in and around the city, a move meant to keep tenants in their homes and private investors out of their neighborhoods.

Random Cincinnati Image 2

2022 Go List: The Midwest

CINCINNATI: This rapidly growing Midwest city becomes alive in the summer, with something for everyone at an affordable price.

Random Cincinnati Image 3

These Are America’s 20 Most Fun Cities. You Won’t Believe What Didn’t Make the List

On the fun scale, Cincinnati is number 17 in the U.S. with a seal of approval for its entertainment and recreational options. Home to one of the most popular zoos in the country, Cincinnati also has a collection of museums that make an appearance on most itineraries. The historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood has the Findlay Market—an old institution with food, music, produce, and pop-ups—and Washington Park that plays host to a number of events and festivals.

Random Cincinnati Image 4

‘functionally obsolete’ bridge marked for infrastructure investment

The Brent Spence Bridge opened in 1963, and carries two interstate highways (I-75 and 1-71) over the Ohio River between Cincinnati, Ohio and Covington, Kentucky. I-75 is one of the nation’s busiest surface trade corridors in the U.S., connecting Michigan to Miami. Where I-71/75 come together on the north side of the bridge, American Transportation Research Institute states it is the fifth most congested truck point in America. While the bridge is not in danger of falling down, it is functionally obsolete and does not meet current capacity needs and design standards.

Random Cincinnati Image from unsplash.com

Pull Up For Travel

Random Cincinnati Image 5

The Best Holiday Events in the Midwest

Head to the Cincinnati Zoo for their PNC Festival of Lights. The Cincinnati Nature Center has their Light in the Forest woods walk in Rowe Woods with unique light displays all ages will love. Don’t miss a chance to support locals when shopping at Findlay Market’s annual Holiday Market and Washington Park’s Winter Market.

Random Cincinnati Image 6

Christmas Cheer in Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio, nicknamed Queen City, is home to a host of entertainment and cultural attractions that draw thousands of visitors year-round, but they all shine a little brighter during the holiday season. These tours and city landmarks are sure to fill you with Christmas cheer.

Random Cincinnati Image 7

Ohio’s venture funding scene has taken off

Cincinnati counts a number of fast-scaling startups. Among the companies that call the city and its environs home are indoor farming company 80 Acres and the biotechs Cincor Pharma and Physna, which collectively raised over $350 million this year.

Random Cincinnati Image 8

Edge development in commercial, industrial sectors sees growth in small urban areas

Cincinnati was the fastest-selling housing market in the United States last fall and has gained 7,600 new residents since the beginning of 2021. It has 69 construction projects under way this year, worth $5.2-billion, most of them outside the city core.

Random Cincinnati Image 9

The best food festival in every state

Cincinnati is home to the Asian Food Fest in October. The annual festival celebrates the food and culture of countries like Malaysia, India, Korea, Japan, and more. The festival's main focus is to educate people about Asian heritage through food and conversation.

Random Cincinnati Image 10

Location, location, location: ohio is benefitting in tech growth as a major transportation hub

A $1.5 billion air hub, occupying 600 acres along the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport’s (CVG) southern boundary, will eventually handle enough goods to fill 75 to 100 flights a day within a few years.

Looking to stay up to date?

Opt-in to our AMPLIFY THIS newsletter!

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.