Price Hill

Price Hill Will
5:00 am
Fri November 28, 2014

Price Hill's arts community continues to grow with the new Gallery@3506

A new art gallery has opened in Price Hill, part of the burgeoning arts community in one of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhoods. To talk about Gallery@3506 and other cultural developments in Price Hill, Jane Durrell is joined by Pamela Taylor, community outreach coordinator for Price Hill Will.

Price Hill
1:00 am
Fri August 22, 2014

Price Hill Will supports events and activities to keep the neighborhood vibrant

Price Hill Will has been working hard to create a more vibrant and livable neighborhood on Cincinnati’s westside. They recently award grants to five cultural events, so in the studio with Barbara Gray are Diana Vakharia from Price Hill Will and community activist Mike Moroski to talk about these events and other community activities.

Price Hill
5:00 pm
Tue June 17, 2014

Round one goes to police in East Price Hill

This apartment building at 3216 Warsaw (diagonal from the police station) was where the SWAT team started this series of arrests, by executing a search warrant Tuesday.
Ann Thompson WVXU

Cincinnati Police didn't have too far to go to begin round one of a crackdown targeting gang members allegedly dealing drugs and guns in East Price Hill.

The SWAT team executed a search warrant at 3216 Warsaw, diagonal from District Three Police Headquarters, where two shootings happened last weekend. That was just the beginning.

By 2:00 Tuesday police say they had arrested 14 of the 29 people wanted.  One involved a car chase into Kentucky.

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Cincinnati Police
5:31 pm
Wed May 21, 2014

Convincing Cincinnati neighborhoods they'll be safer this summer

The City has pledged more resources to reduce crime over the summer in Cincinnati neighborhoods, like Northside.
Ann Thompson WVXU

The numbers point to a safer Cincinnati, but the perception for many is that some neighborhoods still aren't. Just today District Three Police Captain Dan Gerard took members of the Board of Realtors on a tour of Price Hill, where crime is at its lowest in ten years.

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Addiction recovery
3:36 pm
Mon May 5, 2014

Fighting to keep halfway houses open in Price Hill

Supporters at the Recovery is Not a Crime Rally at Cincinnati City Hall.
New Foundations Transitional Living Facebook page

The operator of transitional housing units for recovering drug and alcohol addicts will likely head to federal court to keep the city from shutting down its facilities in Price Hill.  

A spokesman for New Foundations Transitional Living said the group expects to file a lawsuit this week.  

The city said the seven houses violate the city's zoning code and a city press release said officials took action after complaints from neighbors.  

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