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4:00 am
Mon October 28, 2013

Cincinnati still working on plan to make trains quieter at night

Provided from City of Cincinnati

Cincinnati Council could approve a report next month that would let the city move forward with a plan to reduce the noise freight trains make when traveling through some neighborhoods.  The idea is to set-up a quiet zone especially for overnight train traffic.

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Local News
12:00 am
Sun October 27, 2013

Cincinnati mayoral candidates rolling in dough

It’s official now.

The 2013 Cincinnati mayoral race between Democrats Roxanne Qualls and John Cranley will be the most expensive since the city began direct election of the mayor in 2001.

That’s not much history to go on, but a record is a record.

Campaign finance reports filed this week showed that Cranley, a former city council member, had raised $909,775 through the Oct. 16 cut-off date, while Qualls had raised $640,000.

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Mubea
11:48 am
Fri October 25, 2013

Mubea opens new facility in Northern Kentucky

Governor Beshear and other officials cut the ribbon for Mubea's new facility.
Kentucky Office of Creative Services

Automotive supplier Mubea  cut the ribbon on its new manufacturing facility in Boone County today.  The  $60 million investment will lead to the creation of about 150 jobs. 

Governor Steve Beshear and Northern Kentucky officials joined the company and its employees for the ceremony.

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Highway construction
10:06 am
Fri October 25, 2013

More roadwork this weekend in NKY

Get ready for more road work this weekend in northern Kentucky, but this time it won’t be on southbound 471.

Starting Friday evening at 8 o’clock, westbound 275 will be reduced to a single lane near the interchange with 471.  The half mile closure will allow crews to restore the normal traffic configuration on that part of the interstate.  The work is expected to be complete by Sunday morning.

Parking Lease
3:11 pm
Thu October 24, 2013

Parking lease clears another hurdle in court

The City of Cincinnati picked up another win in its battle to outsource parking operations. A judge Thursday dismissed an injunction request filed by the Coalition Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes (COAST).

The group charges the city manager changed the lease without getting council approval. But the city says the city manager acted within his duties.

City attorney Terry Nester further argued COAST had no standing to bring the case.

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