Take a trip through Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, in many ways a city unto itself, with more than 60 retails shops, a 460-person staff and curated public art.
UC professor Vali Tadayon received a $100,000 grant from the Ohio Third Frontier Technology Validation Startup Fund to bring his education platform, Always Education, to life.
It's no surprise that Cincinnati's bursting at the seam with startups, which is why it's landed at no. 5 on Midwest Startups' list of the 50 best cities for startups in the Midwest.
A 2016 Xavier University grad is shaking up the region’s building industry by dramatically reducing building energy expenses and consumption.
Jen Meeks is the head diver at the Cincinnati Zoo, and in that role, has had lots of one-on-one time with Fiona.
The new, 39,600-square-foot, District 3 police headquarters that serves about 95,000 people form Price Hill to Riverside to Westwood. It's the first LEED platinum and net zero police station in the world.
Food deserts — or communities without easy access to fresh foods — are a growing concern nationally and in Greater Cincinnati. Among other things, the Jubilee Project is bringing fresh produce to the McHenry corridor of Westwood and East Westwood.
Food innovators are making things happen in Greater Cincinnati. From decadent sweets to savory somethings, here's a roundup of some of the best locally made snacks the city has to offer.
The Fifth Third Bank Diverse by Design™ Leadership Symposium will focus on intentional inclusion at its sixth annual event on Oct. 11.
For the past five summers, the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber's Cincinnati Intern Network Connection program has helped connect college students to the region while they work in their respective summer intern and co-op positions.