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Home Sales
1:35 pm
Wed August 21, 2013

Good time to sell a house

Home sales are continuing their double digit climb in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. For more than two years sales have increased.

In Cincinnati they edged up 31% from last July to this July. In Northern Kentucky it was 32%. The average selling price in Cincinnati is $179,000, up 8% from a year earlier.

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Homelessness
5:00 pm
Tue August 20, 2013

More Greater Cincinnati families homeless

Credit Giorgio Conrad

New numbers suggest more families are becoming homeless in Greater Cincinnati. The five shelters who serve them (Bethany House Services, Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati, Mercy Health at St. John's, The Salvation Army and the YWCA) report a 31-percent increase in the number of calls to a help line in the past year.  

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Economic development
3:55 pm
Tue August 20, 2013

Design work continues on dunnhumbyUSA building

Preliminary interior design for dunnhumbyUSA facility at Fifth and Race in downtown Cincinnati.
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Architects say they're about a month or two away from having a final design for the new dunnhumbyUSA building at the corner of Fifth and Race in downtown Cincinnati.  

Officials updated the city's Urban Design Review Board Tuesday about their preliminary work.  They said the challenge is to design a contemporary building that fits into the existing urban fabric of the city.  Architects say the outside of the building will be pre-cast concrete and lots of glass.  The concrete will have a dark color and will feature some texture.  

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Public Health
2:36 pm
Tue August 20, 2013

Health Foundation gets new name

Students from Ethel M. Taylor Academy play games before the name change announcement.
Tana Weingartner WVXU

The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati is now Interact for Health.

President Jim Schwab says the new name embodies its shift to a health promotion strategy.

"We will focus on primarily four health promotion priority areas," he says. "They are healthy eating, active living, mental and emotional wellbeing, and healthy choices about substance use."

Schwab says the group will maintain its support of the community’s healthcare safety net.

Interact for Health says:

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Transportation
4:46 pm
Mon August 19, 2013

Could Cincinnati be getting a trolley?

Credit hoponcincy.com

Hop On Cincinnati is hoping local leaders will 'hop onto' the idea of creating a Downtown trolley.

The idea is to connect entertainment and attractions across Downtown and Mt. Adams. Hop On Cincinnati says the goal is increasing the downtown renaissance by connecting people to places.

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