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Howard Wilkinson's Political Blog
10:12 am
Mon April 8, 2013

GOP running Wegman for Cincinnati council

Melissa Wegman
Hamilton County Republican Party

A first-time candidate, businesswoman Melissa Wegman of East Price Hill, will kick off her campaign for a seat on Cincinnati City Council with a reception Thursday at the Incline Public House in her home neighborhood.

Wegman - who is vice president of The Wegman Company, a commercial furniture services company - is a first time candidate for elective office; and she will run with an endorsement from the Hamilton County Republican Party, according to GOP county chairman Alex Triantafilou.

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Howard Wilkinson weekly chat
8:54 am
Mon April 8, 2013

Howard Wilkinson talks about opposition for John Boehner and Cincinnati's parking lease issue.

Andrew Hounshell introduces President Obama in 2012
www.andrewhounshell.com

Ohio's 8th District Congressman and Speaker of the House, John Boehner had no competition last year, but in 2014 he will have Democratic opposition.  WVXU Political Reporter,  Howard Wilkinson talks with Maryanne Zeleznik about this new candidate.

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Music Hall
4:00 am
Mon April 8, 2013

Cincy Council ready to vote on Music Hall lease

Sarah Ramsey

Cincinnati Council's Budget and Finance Committee will likely approve a lease agreement Monday to allow the long awaited renovation of Music Hall to move forward. 


The city's planning commission approved the issue Friday. 

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Local News
12:00 am
Sun April 7, 2013

Hounshell says no free ride for Boehner in 2014

Andrew Hounshell of Middletown is no career politician; he’s a steel worker, an Army veteran and father of three-year-old triplets. A self-described regular guy.


And now he is about to try to climb one of the highest mountains in politics – running for the 8th Congressional District seat held by the Speaker of the House, John Boehner.

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EcoSculpt
5:31 pm
Sat April 6, 2013

EcoSculpt 2013

EcoSculpt 2013 has arrived in celebration of Earth Day. Artists are chosen to build a sculpture made entirely out of recycled materials.  The works are being displayed at Washington Park until April 26th.  Visitors can vote on their favorite sculpture. The winners will receive cash prizes. 

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