Officials are working to update the city's sustainability plan called Green Cincinnati.
Environmental Quality Director Larry Falkin said it's the roadmap preparing the city to be environmentally, economically and socially successful in competitions with other cities and parts of the world.
The plan was drafted in 2007 and city council adopted it a year later.
Home sales in Cincinnati ended last year at the highest level since 2007. The Area Board of Realtors says closings were up 12 percent from 2011. December home sales rose more than 5 percent compared to the same month a year ago.
Kenton County officials will be breaking ground Tuesday for an expansion of the county's dispatch center. The ceremony will be at 3 p.m. at the County Police/Dispatch Center, 11777 Madison Pike, Independence.
The county and the city of Covington consolidated their communications centers last fall in a move to save hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A fitness test, designed to offer incentives for Cincinnati Police officers to get in shape, will open up to the entire force in March. I found out just how tough the standards are.
After struggling to get just a few more sit-ups, Police Academy trainer Amy Moore didn't give me much time before I started doing push ups. There are different levels. Each one earns a different number of stars. Here's what she would have to do to get four gold stars.
Organizers of the annual Martin Luther King Cincinnati celebration are making sure his legacy lives on.
The Music Hall program had a decidedly upbeat feel to it, beginning with the applause during President Obama's inauguration on a big screen, to the words of keynote speaker Judge Jeffrey Hopkins. He said this generation, with God's help, can continue the change begun by Martin Luther King Jr.