Cincinnati Edition

Last week'’s strong jobs report has Wall Street analysts predicting the Federal Reserve will soon raise short-term interest rates.

The earliest financial advice most of us get, right along with saving money, is to try and establish good credit. But that involves a great deal more than using credit cards to make your purchases. And sadly, many people are not able to manage their credit properly and can fall deeply into debt.

For their June edition, the editors at Cincinnati Magazine took up the mission of exploring, and trying to explain, the ins and outs of Cincinnati, in the feature story, “How Cincy Works

    

Last month Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black released his proposed city biennial budget for fiscal years 2016 and 2017. Now, after holding public hearings and listening to citizen comments, council members are discussing possible changes to the proposed budget, with the full council scheduled to vote on the final spending plan June 17.

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Mayor John Cranley, City Manager Harry S. Black, and Cincinnati Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell stood alongside community members to unveil the Police Department’s Summer Safety Initiative Plan this morning. City Manager Harry Black is fully supportive of the plan, which includes personnel redeployment, community and youth outreach initiatives, and enhanced C.I.R.V capacity.

The latest exhibition at the Lloyd Library and Museum, Medicine Illuminated, provides a rare look into a hidden part of the collections at the Lloyd – medical history and how medicine has been illustrated.  Published rare texts on display date from 1546.

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The Banks on the Cincinnati riverfront broke ground in the spring of 2008. Phase I was completed last year, construction for Phase II is now well underway, and plans are being confirmed for the third phase of the project.

  A new program is underway in Cincinnati that officials say will make city government faster, more effective and smarter while saving money.

Many celebrities began somewhere else before taking a sharp turn into the big time, much like Rajiv Satyal. From University of Cincinnati engineer and P&G marketer to worldwide comedian, he joins us today to discuss his true roots in comedy.

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Parker Academy once stood as a fully integrated schoolhouse in Clermont County in the 19th century, founded by abolitionist James Parker. A team of NKU students and professors went on an archeological dig at the site of the school.

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