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The Banks
7:54 am
Tue January 8, 2013

Another restaurant coming to The Banks

Jefferson Social will take up residence this Spring at The Banks. The neighborhood bar and restaurant style facility will serve Mexican street food. It will be operated by Tony Cafeo, who also owns Jefferson Hall at Newport on the Levee.

“Our focus will be on serving artisanal drinks with freshly squeezed juices and quality liquors, and serving tacos and nachos made with fresh ingredients,” says Cafeo. “Customers will be able to enjoy themselves in a design and layout conducive to socializing, eating, dancing and partying.”

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Bengals
4:46 pm
Mon January 7, 2013

Bengals Coach Lewis looks to build on success for next season

Bengals Coach Marvin Lewis reflects on the playoff loss
Credit Sarah Ramsey WVXU

Bengals Coach Marvin Lewis likened himself to the Susan Lucci of coaching. He's been to the playoffs four times and hasn't had a single win. Lewis was a good sport about it when talking to the media Monday about the Bengals loss to Houston. He called it an incredible fall off the cliff but is hopeful for next season.

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Metropolitan Sewer District
3:41 pm
Mon January 7, 2013

County orders MSD efficiency review

Tana Weingartner WVXU

Hamilton County Commissioners are ordering a performance and efficiency review of the Metropolitan Sewer District.

The utility is undertaking a multi-billion dollar, federally mandated system upgrade.

Commissioner Chris Monzel proposed the review.

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Public restroom
3:02 pm
Mon January 7, 2013

Cincinnati could test freestanding restroom

"Portland Loo" in Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon government website

Findlay Market could soon be home to Cincinnati's first freestanding public restroom.  And if the test location does well others could be added in Downtown and Over-the-Rhine.  

Several cities have such facilities.  Portland has successfully developed and placed several “Portland Loos.”

City officials said these freestanding facilities address the major negative issues associated with public restrooms.  

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Local News
2:34 pm
Mon January 7, 2013

New casino in final phase of hiring

Artist's rendering of Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati.
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Cincinnati's new casino continues to hire workers as it heads toward a March 4 opening date.  Horseshoe Cincinnati is looking to fill more than a hundred positions Tuesday for cocktail servers and restaurant hosts.  The casino will employ nearly 1,700 people in various roles.  Human resources director Meaghan Ryan said the hiring effort is going well.

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