Now that the election is over, you may have some old campaign signs laying around.
Instead of tossing them out and allowing them to land in a landfill, you have an opportunity tonight to recycle them in a way that will help the homeless of Cincinnati.
A group called Re:Signed to Help is collecting political yard signs and plans to "re-purpose" them - converting them into water-resistant blankets that will be donated to the City Gospel Mission and be distributed to the homeless.
Warren County Commissioners have approved plans for developing a $175 million racino in Turtlecreek Township. The facility will combine harness racing with up to 2,500 video lottery terminals. It'll be located on State Route 63 at Union Road. The current Lebanon Raceway will move to the new site.
It's a joint venture of Churchill Downs and Delaware North Companies Gaming and Entertainment, which have formed a new company, Miami Valley Gaming and Racing, to develop and operate the racino.