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5:40 pm
Thu June 13, 2013

City objects to further stay in parking case

Sarah Ramsey

UPDATE: 6/13 5:40 pm


Cincinnati lawyers have filed a brief with the appeals court objecting to the plaintiffs' request for a stay in parking case.  The first two paragraphs from the city's request:

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Children's health
4:41 pm
Thu June 13, 2013

Collaborative aims to reduce infant mortality rates

Leaders gather to sign a collaborative agreement creating the Infant Mortality Reduction Initiative.
Credit Tana Weingartner / WVXU

Area health agencies and hospitals are joining county and city leaders to launch a collaborative tasked with reducing the rate at which babies die before their first birthdays.

At a launch celebration Thursday at the Freedom Center, Dr. Jim Greenberg of Children's Hospital said premature birth is one of the largest problems.

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Cincinnati City Council
12:07 pm
Thu June 13, 2013

Head of new department at City Hall named.

When Cincinnati City Council passed its new budget, it also combined two departments. The Community Development and Economic Development offices will now be one Department of Trade and Development.

The head of the Former Economic Development office, Odis Jones, will head the new office.

Former Community Development head, Michael Cervay, will take a position in the Finance Department.

The changes take effect July 1.

DHL
3:28 am
Thu June 13, 2013

Expanded DHL hub comes alive overnight

Unloading one of 40 planes scheduled for departure each night.
Holly Yurchison WVXU

Over the past four years DHL has spent $105 million at CVG to meet the growing international shipping demands for companies like Luxottica, GE Aviation and P & G. Thursday it will inaugurate its newly expanded global super hub.

Expansions:

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Hamilton County Commission
10:05 am
Wed June 12, 2013

Pay raises approved for some county workers

Beginning next week, county employees will see their paychecks go up.

Hamilton County Commissioners Wednesday approved the first pay raises in nearly six years for non-union workers.

Board member Greg Hartmann says he's convinced the county's finances are stable enough to sustain the increases.

"The need has been demonstrated that we need to do it," he says. "Can we? Can we afford it? The conclusion that I've come to is yes, that we can. We can do it. Without raising taxes, we can do it, without layoffs. I'm convinced of that."

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