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10:40 am
Mon December 9, 2013

No surprise, staffing problems for Cincy police and fire

Michael Keating Cincinnati Police

The Cincinnati Police and Fire Departments are continuing to deal with problems because of the decreasing number of personnel.  

The police and fire chiefs both addressed Council’s Law and Public Safety Committee Monday.

Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell said a smaller staff means it takes officers longer to respond to 911 calls for service, even those that are a priority.  And it could cause a change to the way the department polices the city.

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Cincinnati city manager
3:02 pm
Fri December 6, 2013

Carden withdraws: Search for new city manager back on

Cincinnati Parks Director Willie Carden has informed Mayor John Cranley he's withdrawing from consideration to be the next city manager, according to a statement from the Mayor's spokesman.

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Winter Bird Count
11:08 am
Fri December 6, 2013

Hamilton County Park District needs help for annual bird audit

Great Parks of Hamilton County

Hamilton County Parks is looking for volunteers for its Winter Bird Count on Saturday, December 14, from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The park district says keeping a running count of native birds is critical to monitoring environmental trends in the parks. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their binoculars, bundle up and head out to help for the whole or just part of the day. At 4:15 p.m., find out the grand tally of all the parks at Winton Woods’ Winton Centre.

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Healthcare
11:16 am
Thu December 5, 2013

St. Elizabeth and TriHealth team up

John Dubis, St. Elizabeth Healthcare CEO, and John Prout, TriHealth CEO.
TriHealth

St. Elizabeth Healthcare and TriHealth are announcing a joint venture aimed at lowering costs, improving the patient experience and the patient's health.  In a release the two groups announced they would establish Healthcare Solutions Network. The collaboration is not a merger, but it will bring together the physicians and hospitals of the two groups.   

Priorities in the first year include: 

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