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Little Miami State Park Bike Trail Turns 40

It takes 5,000 to 6,000 volunteer hours annually to maintain the Little Miami State Park bike trail running 50 miles from Newtown to Xenia. The trail turns 40 this year and the Friends of the Little Miami State Park (FLMSP), who volunteer their time to maintain the trail, are looking to celebrate.

How Will Ohio Allocate Its Opioid Settlement Dollars?

A huge opioid trial is scheduled in Cleveland in October, and when it happens some leaders in Ohio want to make sure that we learn from past mistakes.

Turbulence For Ky. Governor As Press Questions Plane Use, Plus More Top Stories

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is under fire for use of a state-owned plane. The state's two largest newspapers are calling for more transparency on the issue.

Turbulence For Ky. Governor As Press Questions Plane Use, Plus More Top Stories

Interfaith Hoops Brings Teens Together

Local faith-based groups will host the third annual Cincinnati Youth Interfaith Basketball Tournament to bring teenagers from different religious backgrounds together. Participants are high school students from the Christian, Jewish, Muslim, and Sikh communities. There will be both boys and girls brackets. BeSpoken Live, the Islamic Center of Mason, the Sikh Community of Cincinnati, the Mayerson JCC, and the Jewish Community Relations Council, the public affairs arm of the Jewish Federation of

The Perils Of Low-Wage Employment

Bathroom breaks timed to the second. Exceedingly high staff turnover. Vending machines full of ibuprofen painkillers in the workplace. According to author Emily Guendelsberger, features like these aren't necessarily the exception for low-wage workers. They are the norm.

Cincinnati Man's Experience The Real-Life Inspiration Behind Musical 'Come from Away'

On September 11, 2001, as terrorist attacks besieged New York City and Washington, D.C., airlines saw their flights diverted. One such flight was Delta Flight 37 from London Gatwick to CVG Airport. Glenn Prasser was one of the passengers aboard that flight as it was diverted to Newfoundland and where they would spend the next four days, slowly learning about what was happening in the U.S.

Cincinnati Man's Experience The Real-Life Inspiration Behind Musical 'Come from Away'

Beyond Civility Discusses The American Dream

The American Dream promises opportunity, class mobility, and prosperity. How are we doing on this promise?

Tackling The Opioid Crisis With A Million-Dollar Grant

September is Recovery Month , a time to increase awareness and understanding about substance use disorders and celebrate people in recovery. The University of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky University are among the nation's schools that have received a sizable grant from U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Health Resources and Services Administration. The money will go toward training students for careers in behavioral health professions focused on substance use.

The Future Of Medical Marijuana In Kentucky

Twenty-one states have legalized marijuana for medical use. Now Kentucky is debating medicinal marijuana. Public support is growing in Kentucky and legislation made it out of a House committee in this year's General Assembly session. Now the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky is hosting a public forum to answer questions on medical marijuana.

How Architecture Impacts Human Health

Architecture and the built environment effect our lives every day, says American Institute of Architects Cincinnati Executive Director Julie Carpenter. Buildings are places where we live, work and play. Carpenter says there is an increased interest in design that promotes health and an improved quality of life. That is the focus of the AIA Ohio Valley Regional conference Sept. 19-21.

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