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5 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate Professional Before Entering the Market!

5 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate Professional Before Entering the Market! | Simplifying The MarketWhether you are buying or selling a home, it can be quite the adventure. In this world of instant gratification and internet searches, many sellers think that they can ‘For Sale by Owner’ or ‘FSBO,’ but it’s not as easy as it may seem. That’s why you need an experienced real estate professional to guide you on the path to […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Boutique hotel planned for historic Main Street buildings

Three historic downtown Cincinnati buildings could be combined to become a boutique hotel.

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FC Cincinnati sets sights on 25,000 season tickets for inaugural MLS season

FC Cincinnati could sell as many as 25,000 season tickets for its inaugural Major League Soccer season at Nippert Stadium, officials said on Monday.

FC Cincinnati has added 1,000 season ticket accounts since it started accepting deposits, according to…

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EXCLUSIVE: OTR wine-centric small plates restaurant sets opening date

A Louisville-based restaurant focused on Southern-inspired small plates and an extensive wine list has set an opening date for its Over-the-Rhine location.

LouVino, which opened its first location in Louisville in 2014, is set to open at 1140 Main St….

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EXCLUSIVE: Bringing back Coke a big deal for Frisch’s bottom line

The decision to bring back diner-favorite Coca-Cola to Frisch’s Big Boy restaurants has paid off big for the Cincinnati restaurant chain.

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James Baker, co-founder of construction company, dies at 68

James Michael Baker, one of the founding members of one of Greater Cincinnati’s largest private companies, died July 13 in Guntersville, Ala. He was 68.

Baker was one of the founders in 1968 of Monroe-based Baker Concrete Construction Inc., where his …

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One of Cincinnati’s largest private companies names new CEO

One of Cincinnati’s largest private companies has a new leader.

Dave Klotter has been named CEO of TSC Apparel. Klotter succeeds Bob Winget, who is retiring after 13 years as CEO of the wholesale appare supplier that sells T-shirts, hats, fleece and o…

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Hamilton County commissioners send tax increase to voters

After recent false starts for tax levies for the county’s general fund and public transportation, Hamilton County commissioners did send voters one tax increase to decide upon in November – a 1.98 mill increase for children’s services.

Commissioners T…

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Interactive skatepark art installation to open soon in Camp Washington

A group of artists and designers has created a new interactive skatepark installation in Camp Washington with funding from a local philanthropy.

SkateAble Vs Non Part II is a thematic skatepark created by Ali Calis, Jill Cleary, Scott Kincaid and Scot…

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Mercy Health launches statewide ad campaign

Mercy Health, the Cincinnati-based hospital system that claims to be the largest in Ohio, has launched a statewide advertising campaign.

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