FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Emily Stowe, 3CDC (513) 513-977-8023 (513) 787-8362 (Mobile)firstname.lastname@example.org P&G’s Always® Bringing Fiesta Salsera Amateur Dance Competition Back to Fountain Square Procter & Gamble is bringing its Always® dance event back to Salsa on the Square in 2021! Presented by Always®, Fiesta Salsera is an amateur dance competition that will have the entire city ready to Salsa the night away. This year’s Fiesta Salsera will be a one-night event held on September 16th, serving as
1er EVENTO ANNUAL DE CINCINNATI COMPASS Para iniciar la Semana Nacional de Bienvenida, le invitamos a celebrar a los nuevos estadounidenses que contribuyen a una economía regional fuerte y a una comunidad diversa y vibrante. El evento se llevará a cabo el 10 de septiembre de 6:00 p.m. a 10:00 p.m. en el hangar de aviones de Waypoint Aviation. Se ofrecerá comida local con sabor internacional, bebidas y entretenimiento. Disfruten de la comida de los chefs locales de Findlay Kitchen con sabores
CINCINNATI, Ohio (April 5, 2021) – To keep the spirit alive of Cincy-Cinco’s mission to share authentic Latino culture with the whole community, organizers plan to host a “virtual” one hour long Cincy-Cinco program to re-live some of the greatest moments in the 17 years of this event. It will feature highlights such as the Longest Taco in the World, as well as the Guinness award winning Largest Piñata in the world and some of the best Latino dancing and food offered over the years. This event will take
National Chili Day is about celebrating flavor, so Gold Star and the Freestore Foodbank are honoring our city’s flavor in a big way. We’re crowning 13 “Flavor Makers” – people who bring flavor to this city every day. We’re featuring one Flavor Maker each day for 13 days – and a special combo meal, the #13, that will benefit the Freestore Foodbank and their initiatives to end childhood hunger, in their honor. So grab a #13 now through March 9 to honor the city’s finest and celebrate real flavor for a very
For Immediate Release Contact: Neil Comber(513) 659-2415 email@example.com Cincy-Cinco Latino Festival is cancelled! CINCINNATI, Ohio (February 8, 2021) – The Cincy-Cinco Festival set for Saturday May 1st & Sunday May 2nd on Fountain Square, Cincinnati has been cancelled for this year due to the serious stage of the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Organizers are following the recommendations of medical, civic and political leaders locally, statewide and nationally to cancel any gathering
Donate It's true! When you come to donate blood Oct. 15–Nov. 11, 2020, we'll send you a $5 Amazon.com Gift Card* via email courtesy of Suburban Propane.** Right now, the American Red Cross urgently needs your help to make sure that patients get the critical care they need without delay. Just think of the people your donation could help: a young child with cancer who dreams of being well enough to carve pumpkins this month; an elderly patient regaining the strength to bake her famous apple pies; a young
United is the way to recovery. While COVID-19 significantly impacted many local businesses, the can-do, Greater-Cincinnati way is to help our neighbors. In that spirit, United Way of Greater Cincinnati is launching The Way Forward, a program focused on helping local businesses and rewarding United Way supporters.Every year, United Way relies on workplace campaigns to solicit more than 300,000 individuals for donations that help our community solve its most systemic problems. This year, we’re taking
Our organization continues to monitor the needs of Greater Cincinnati residents so we can quickly provide relief to families during these unprecedented times. With the COVID-19 pandemic causing ongoing financial challenges for our community, the urgency for basic-need items continues to grow. When kids, families and older adults worry about finding food and personal items, they can’t thrive. As our corporate campaigns kicked into high gear, we’ve had requests from both individuals and organizations looking
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 28, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Lisa Colbert, Development Services Agency Lisa.Colbert@development.ohio.gov (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today announced the approval of assistance for nine projects set to create 1,700 new jobs and retain 923 jobs statewide. During its monthly meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) reviewed economic development proposals brought to the board by JobsOhio and its regional partners.
The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) is proud to collaborate with the Secretariat of Foreign Relations (Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores) in Mexico and the Embassy of Mexico in the United States led by Her Excellency Martha Bárcena, Ambassador of Mexico to the United States to bestow the Ohtli Award at the 2020 USHCC National Conference to Mr. Raul Lomeli-Azoubel, Executive Chairman, SABEResPODER. In announcing the award, Ramiro A. Cavazos, President, and CEO, USHCC said, "Raul is a
Source In the City of Brotherly Love on Sunday (1 p.m.-CBS, Cincinnati's Local 12), Bengals head coach Zac Taylor and his younger brother, Eagles quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator Press Taylor, would love to beat the other. Coaching changes everything. The series used to be fun for everyone in the family. Now it is 60 minutes of parental torture.
SourceThere may be social distancing at Paul Brown Stadium, but it sounds like it wasn’t a very sociable week on either side of the ball as the Bengals try to get it right before there is a replay of last season.
SourceIn his weekly conversation with Bengals.com senior writer Geoff Hobson, Taylor says he’ll give right guard Fred Johnson another start on an offensive line he wants to keep intact for Sunday’s game. He’s encouraged by the play of quarterback Joe Burrow and believes his pocket presence and mobility has cut down on the hits and helped the line.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 25, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-644-0957 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that the following order removing the one-game-per-calendar-day limit on sports competitions has been signed by Ohio Department of Health Interim Director Lance Himes: Director’s Second Amended Order that Provides Mandatory Requirements for Youth, Collegiate, Amateur, Club and Professional Sports
Source Club Partnership Strength in Unity German Connection FC Cincinnati has formed a transatlantic partnership with Bundesliga club TSG Hoffenheim. This joint effort with the German side marks the first time FC Cincinnati have collaborated with another top-division club in another country
Library calling for all quilters to turn in their squares by Oct. 1 For Immediate Release Sept. 23,2020 Chris Rice Chris.Rice@cincinnatilibrary.org 513-369-7817 CINCINNATI — Earlier this spring the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library put out a call for quilt squares for the Library’s Quilts for a Cause project. This was a way for our community to come together while staying safely apart. And the community answered resoundingly. We’ve received squares with both traditional and contemporary
Cincinnati Boychoir Announces 2020-2021 Season Scholarship RecipientsCincinnati Boychoir has announced the recipients of their fall season scholarships, 14 Boychoir members whose participation in the ensemble “embodies a passion for the Boychoir’s mission.” CINCINNATI, September 22, 2020–Cincinnati Boychoir this week announced the recipients of their 2020-2021 season scholarships. The recipients include 14 Boychoir members from across Cincinnati: Bryce Biedenharn, Ved Chabukswar, Cody Ching, William
Survey Link: https://is.gd/COVID19AttitudesHCC Survey: A Community-Based Approach to Understanding and Improving Adherence to CDC COVID-19 Guidelines: This survey is being conducted by the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to provide better information and resources to the general public about COVID-19 and personal safety. The results of this survey will be shared with researchers, healthcare professionals, and public decision-makers to help them better understand the public’s
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 23, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-644-0957 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that the following order to reopen self-serve food stations has been signed by Ohio Department of Health Interim Director Lance Himes: Director’s Third Amended Order that Reopens Restaurants, Bars, Banquet and Catering Facilities and Services to Dine-in Service, with Exceptions
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 24, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-799-6480 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today provided the following updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. UPDATED COUNTY RISK LEVELS Governor DeWine today released Ohio's updated Public Health Advisory System map. New health data compiled by the Ohio Department of Health found that nine counties currently have a very high risk of exposure
We have partnered with the University of Cincinnati Economic Center to determine the economic impact of Black-owned businesses in Greater Cincinnati. This information will show Greater Cincinnati how important and impactful Black-owned businesses are to our community. It’s VERY easy and confidential to participate, simply email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:the name of your businessthe address of your businessNo additional information is needed and your submission will be kept
Melba R. Moore, DBA, MS, CPHA, Cincinnati Health Commissioner FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 21, 2020 Media Contact Marla Hurston Fuller email@example.com 513-725-6861 (c) Cincinnati Health Department invites Feedback on Community Health CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Health Department is updating its Community Health Assessment (CHA) and is inviting residents to give their feedback. A CHA is a process to examine the health of our residents and is used to identify key problems and
You may be eligible to participate if you either: A) Were tested for Covid-19 no more than 5 days ago and were positively diagnosed, still have symptoms, but haven’t been hospitalizedB) Were in close contact with someone who has Covid-19 no more than 3 days ago, but don’t have any symptoms This new clinical trial will determine whether giving people antibodies is effective at treating early-stage coronavirus and in preventing those exposed to it from catching the disease. Who: Individuals over age 18
Monday, September 21st7:00-8:30 PM. Equitable Voter Access: The Long Road to Access – Are We There Yet? Hosted by League of Women Voters of Ohio. Register here for Sept 21: http://bit.ly/EquitableVoterAccess-September-21-event Tuesday, September 22nd3:00-4:00 PM Cincinnati Public Library’s Countdown to the Vote is a series of voter registration and education events that will take place at the Madisonville Branch (4830 Whetsel Ave., Cincinnati Ohio 45227).6:00-9:00 PM The Cincinnati Public Library
MEDIA CONTACT: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Throughout the week, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine provided updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as other state initiatives. On Monday, Governor DeWine signed House Bill 606 into law. House Bill 606, sponsored by Representative Diane Grendell, ensures civil immunity to individuals, schools, health care providers, businesses, and other entities from lawsuits arising from exposure, transmission, or contraction of COVID-19, or any mutation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 18, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Lisa Peterson: 614-644-0957 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Tonight Governor Mike DeWine issued the following statement on the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. "I extend my deepest condolences to the family of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her work ethic, her devotion to the court, her own fight to break down barriers, her long friendship with Justice Antonin Scalia even though they
Governor DeWine Orders Flags Lowered at all Public Buildings in Honor of the Life and Legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 19, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Lisa Peterson: 614-644-0957 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Governor Mike DeWine has ordered flags at all public buildings flown at half-staff immediately until sunset on the date of her interment to honor the life and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The text of the order is as follows: "In honor of the life and legacy of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Ruth Bader Ginsburg, I hereby proclaim,
Source Greetings! In this issue, we are excited to introduce a new space, some new ideas, and many new ways to connect. A few reminders for the month:Passport services are available by appointment only. Because expedited service is unavailable at this time, apply now if you plan to study or travel abroad during the 2020-21 school year. Email Global@MiamiOH.edu or phone 513-529-8600 to set up your appointment.Applications are open for Winter and Summer 2021 Faculty-Led programming, and new workshops are
Source Burrow, on his way to three touchdown passes in his first prime-time game, swashbuckled his team back into the game with 5:55 left. But on the ensuing possession the Browns' 1-2 ground punch of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt gashed the Cincinnati defense and put away the 35-30 victory.
Source In the 62 games Bengals nose tackle D.J. Reader played for the Texans before coming over here, his proud and perennial playoff Texans defense had allowed more than 200 yards rushing just twice. And not until the last month of last season. So when the Browns put 215 yards on the Bengals in Thursday night’s game, Reader didn’t take it too well.
Source Bill Willis, who along with his head coach, Paul Brown, helped break pro football's color line when they were in Cleveland, always seemed to get an invite to a Bengals-Browns game in Cincinnati. As the NFL celebrated its 100th anniversary Thursday, the sons reflected on their fathers.
Dear LULAC Friends: We are excited to inform you that LULAC Cincinnati will have its 15th annual LULAC scholarship Celebration on October 1. We will be awarding 40 scholarships to talented and underserved Hispanic students! The event will be streamed from 6:00 – 7:15 via LULAC Facebook Live. This has been a difficult year for many non-profit organizations including LULAC. Because of COVID, the world has changed and many of us must sacrifice and adapt. But guess what? Our Latino resilience transcends these
COVID-19 Update: Updated County Risk Levels, New Data Dashboards, Response Guide for Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers, Lost Wages Assistance, and Halloween Guidance
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 17, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-644-0957 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today provided the following updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. UPDATED COUNTY RISK LEVELS Governor DeWine today released Ohio's updated Public Health Advisory System map. New health data compiled by the Ohio Department of Health found that five counties currently have a very high risk of exposure and spread: Butler, Mercer,
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 17, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Penny Martin: 614-644-0957 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)— Ohio Governor Mike DeWine sent a letter to President Donald Trump today encouraging the President to establish the U.S. Space Command headquarters in the Dayton region. In his letter, Governor DeWine highlighted Ohio’s rich aviation history and benefits of co-location with the Air Force Research Laboratory, the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, the Air Force
COVID-19 Update: Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities Testing Update, Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame Inductees Announced, and Ohio To Work Initiative Begins
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 15, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-644-0957 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today gave the following updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. TESTING IN NURSING HOMES AND ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES Governor DeWine and Director Ursel McElroy of the Ohio Department of Aging provided an update on testing in nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, adult day centers, and adult day cares. Directory
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 16, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Catherine Sulecki: 614-644-0957 (CEDARVILLE, Ohio)—Today, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed the following bills into law. Each bill will take effect in 90 days. House Bill 203, sponsored by Representative Scott Lipps, which specifies requirements for mobile dental facility operations. House Bill 272, sponsored by Representatives Scott Oelslager and Brett Hudson Hillyer, which expands court jurisdiction to any
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through its Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), recently announced that the City of Cincinnati Primary Care (CCPC) has received a Health Center Quality Leader award for ranking among the top 20% of health centers for best overall clinical performance. “This award recognizes the hard work CCPC staff puts in day-after-day to provide the best possible care for our community. Our staff earned this award with their commitment to
SEPT. 16, 2020 — The U.S. Census Bureau will begin the special operations to count people experiencing homelessness in communities across the country on Sept. 22. Specially trained census takers will count people Sept. 22-24 at shelters, soup kitchens and mobile food van stops in an operation called Service-Based Enumeration (SBE). Census takers will count people who live outdoors, in transit stations, and at other locations where people are known to sleep in an operation called Targeted Non-Sheltered
Facing everything from the economic effects of a global pandemic to social and political unrest, many in our community search for safe and meaningful ways to participate. United Way of Greater Cincinnati considers civic engagement to be the heart of our work. We bring together leaders, volunteers, donors and others in our community to solve problems in a collaborative, nonpartisan way. To meet the challenges of this moment, United Way and Western & Southern Financial Group are working together to mobilize
Celebrate the bicentennial of the historic Taft house, the home of the Taft Museum of Art. As The Baum-Longworth-Sinton-Taft historic house turns 200 this year, the museum will have stories, artifacts and other items to showcase the historical and cultural significance of this Downtown Cincinnati landmark as part of the exhibition Built to Last: The Taft Historic House at 200. The museum also hosts monthly virtual Lunch and Learn sessions, and this month features Jeff Suess discussing his
Place your deposit today for 2021 season tickets at West End Stadium. A $50 non-refundable deposit secures priority for both 2020 Season Ticket Members as well as non-season ticket members.PLACE YOUR DEPOSITMORE INFORMATION
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 14, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-644-0957 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Today, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed House Bill 606 into law. House Bill 606, sponsored by Representative Diane Grendell, ensures civil immunity to individuals, schools, health care providers, businesses, and other entities from lawsuits arising from exposure, transmission, or contraction of COVID-19, or any mutation of the virus, as long as they were not showing
More than six months into the coronavirus pandemic, many of us many may be feeling isolated and missing our friends and family members. Some may be feeling anxiety or depression. Luckily, it is possible to be social with your loved ones while practicing social distancing. Learn how in this month’s Your Health with Dr. Owens.
In 2017 Interact for Health became a funder in the BUILD Health Challenge, an innovative collaborative that brings together local nonprofit organizations, hospitals and health systems, and local health departments to improve the health of their communities. The latest issue of Foundation Review examines how BUILD works, the successes and challenges it has faced, and what it has accomplished in an article co-authored by Interact for Health Senior Program Officer Megan Folkerth. Learn more ...Read previous
Bethesda Inc.’s grants initiative to transform health, bi3, is seeking proposals from area nonprofit organizations for investments in technology, tools and training that will help them adapt to a virtual environment and increase community access to health and social services. The average grant award is expected to be $50,000 per organization. Proposals are due 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30. Applicants will receive a response by Oct. 16. Learn more ..
MEDIA CONTACT: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Throughout the week, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine was joined by Lt. Governor Jon Husted, and provided updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as other state initiatives. On Tuesday, Governor DeWine announced that thousands of Ohio children, who qualify for free or reduced-price meals but are currently learning remotely, will soon receive additional money to purchase nutritious foods through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program
Library distributing free meals every MondayBoxes contain seven dinners, seven snacks For Immediate Release Sept. 14, 2020 Chris Rice Chris.Rice@cincinnatilibrary.org 513-369-7817 CINCINNATI — Since COVID-19 has changed how the current school year is functioning, thousands of students who rely on free lunches are in danger of going hungry. The Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library is partnering with UMC Food Ministry, which has allowed the Library to provide free meals for youth during the summer
You're invited to the most anticipated family reunion in Cincinnati. In 2021, we all move to West End Stadium - the country's premier soccer-specific stadium - together. There isn't anything like what we'll have here in Cincinnati. And you'll want to be here with us. Current 2020 Season Ticket Members can now make a $50 non-refundable deposit for the opportunity to secure Reserved Seating season tickets in Reserved Seating and The Bailey by calling 513-977-5425. Current Season Ticket Members in The
Source CINCINNATI – Major League Soccer today unveiled an additional three matches for every club’s 2020 MLS regular season schedule. Following Saturday’s match at New York City FC, FC Cincinnati have learned their next three opponents. The Orange and Blue will play the Philadelphia Union for the first time this season and will play the New York Red Bulls and New York City FC for the third and second times, respectively. Similar to the first three home matches of FC Cincinnati’s season, fans will
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 10, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-644-0957 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—This evening, Dr. Joan Duwve withdrew her name from consideration for the position of Director of the Ohio Department of Health, citing personal reasons. The Governor's administration will continue its search for a full-time Director of the Ohio Department of Health.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 10, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-799-6480(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today provided the following updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. UPDATED COUNTY RISK LEVELS Governor DeWine today released Ohio's updated Public Health Advisory System map. New health data compiled by the Ohio Department of Health found that six counties currently have a very high risk of exposure and
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 10, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-644-0957 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today named Joan Duwve, M.D., MPH, the director of the Ohio Department of Health. “This unprecedented time calls for true leadership to limit the spread of COVID-19 and to save lives,” said Governor DeWine. “We welcome Dr. Duwve to our team. Her clinical experience and leadership to strengthen public health infrastructure will help guide Ohio
Source The hype surrounding Joe Burrow's first NFL pass has been thick enough to skate on as the Bengals rush to Sunday's opener (4:05 p.m.-Cincinnati's Local 12) against the Chargers at Paul Brown Stadium. But Burrow actually racked up his first pro completion days before in that player space where face coverings and unmasked thoughts are required. Hype need not apply. That's when teammates Giovani Bernard, C.J. Uzomah and Carlos Dunlap approached him during the team's intense, introspective
Nationwide watch of a documentary about John Lewis from September 3rd to September 21st, plus a virtual conversation with national civic leaders on September 21 at 7:00 PM (Cincinnati, OH) Representative John Lewis of Georgia -- Freedom Rider and Congressman, Presidential Medal of Freedom honoree, and conscience of the nation -- served the cause of social justice for decades, both as an elected representative and as a groundbreaking activist whose fervent belief in getting into “good trouble,
COVID-19 Update: Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer Program, Non-Congregate Sheltering Order, Sports Spectator Variance
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 8, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-799-6480 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today gave the following updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. PANDEMIC ELECTRONIC BENEFIT TRANSFER PROGRAM Governor DeWine announced today that thousands of Ohio children, who qualify for free or reduced-price meals but are currently learning remotely, will soon receive additional money to purchase
This week, we celebrate the opening of several businesses in Downtown Cincinnati! Mon Petit Choux, the new bakery located at 24 West Court Street, serves French pastries and desserts such as eclairs, macarons, and croissants, as well as danishes, cakes, and turnovers. The name, Mon Petit Choux, translates to “little cream puff,” which is also a menu item and a specialty of the shop. The bakery also offers a small coffee menu. Stop in for a sweet treat from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Wednesday through
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 5, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Jill Del Greco: 614-644-0957 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today announced that the Cleveland Browns and the Cincinnati Bengals have been granted a variance to the state sports order that will allow a total of up to 6000 spectators at two home games. The variances allow no more than 1500 spectators in each side of the stadium. Fans must use the designated entrance for their ticket. In addition, all fans
Here’s some information that may be helpful to you. Thanks for all you do and take care! Library resources for you:Get assistance with finding and writing grant proposals: we have multiple virtual information sessions coming up. Check out our calendar for details. You can also reach out to my colleague, Kent Mulcahy, with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.orgCreate things like signs, banners, buttons, brochures, instructional videos, podcasts and more with the equipment in our MakerSpace. Visit
Whether you are a reader, editorial contributor, or advertising supporter, here's an update on our planned return to print next month, with an issue highlighting this year's honorees for National Philanthropy Day.READERS: Look for our new print issue during the week of October 5th at select distribution points. Visit moversmakers.org later in September for a specific date and for updated locations. If you would like a free print subscription, click "Update Profile" at the bottom of this email and add your
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 4, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Jill Del Greco: 614-728-4946 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Today, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued the following three reprieves of execution:Cleveland Jackson, who was scheduled to be executed on January 13, 2021. The new date of execution has been moved to June 15, 2023. James O'Neal, who was scheduled to be executed on February 18, 2021. The new date of execution has been moved to August 16, 2023. Melvin Bonnell, who was
(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that the following order has been signed by Ohio Department of Health Interim Director Lance Himes:Director's Order Requiring Reporting and Notification Regarding COVID-19 Cases in Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade Schools
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 4, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Jill Del Greco: 614-728-4946 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)— In honor of the life and service of Cleveland Police Detective James Skernivitz, Governor DeWine has ordered that flags of the United States and the State of Ohio be flown at half-staff upon all public buildings and grounds throughout Cuyahoga County and at the Ohio Statehouse, Vern Riffe Center, and Rhodes Tower in Columbus. Flags will remain lowered until sunset on
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 3, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-799-6480 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today provided the following updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. UPDATED COUNTY RISK LEVELS Governor DeWine today released this week's Ohio Public Health Advisory System map. New health data compiled by the Ohio Department of Health indicates that seven counties currently have a very high risk of
Source Last week, Cincinnati Ballet's building was lit up red as part of the #RedAlertRESTART Day of Action to draw public awareness to the COVID-19 pandemic's crippling toll on the arts and entertainment industry. Did you know the Arts and Culture sector employs 5.1 million people and provides $877 billion added value to the U.S. economy? As theaters, concerts, live events, and film and television production remain closed or open on a limited basis, the industry continues to be deeply
We hope you had a fun and safe Labor Day weekend! After six months of barre in living rooms and at kitchen counters, Cincinnati Ballet Company dancers are officially BACK in the studios today! While this reimagined season is different, it's sure to be filled with the same joy, artistry, and excellence you've come to expect from Cincinnati Ballet. Keep scrolling to read a very exciting announcement! We are thrilled to announce the first performance of our reimagined season, Ballet in the Park. Ballet
Source Peter Schaffer, one of the last of the old guard NFL agents who were there when free agency was born and contracts were announced by the morning newspapers, asked Mixon how he wanted to announce his contract extension. Mixon could have tweeted it or left it to one of the NFL insiders. Instead, he posted something more memorable.
Source The analytic people, the good folks that brush their teeth with data and devalue running backs like some kind of 20th-century anachronism, can’t measure something like this. Mixon's locker room presence is undoubtedly a huge positive.
Source They had something to say, they wanted to say it together and with Bengals president Mike Brown when they said it. In front of Cincinnati's national monument for the battle against injustice and racism and flanked by running back Giovani Bernard and tight end C.J. Uzomah, Brown stood with them and behind them as Trey Hopkins and Joe Burrow read the team's mission statement.
Source You couldn’t call it a Mock Game because they were running at less than half speed. You couldn’t call it a walkthrough, either, because there were no coaches on the field. So maybe something like “Situational Seminar.” But the big news, wide receiver A.J. Green looks like he's ready to play in his first game since Dec. 2, 2018.
Source It’s getting to be about that time. Monday, usually, when the Bengals vote on season captains and because of the heavy off-season influx of solid locker-room presences it should make the player balloting quite interesting.
Source Using the top pick in every round and their richest free agency in history, it is obvious on the field and in the locker room they have re-made their team with a talented young quarterback and hard-nosed, experienced and faster players on defense.
Source Taylor will be the first to tell you that the tight ends have taken this camp by storm in an assault led by the six-year veteran C.J. Uzomah and rising sophomore Drew Sample.
Although faced with the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, school-based health centers in Greater Cincinnati continue to serve patients and expand.Interact for Health is pleased to support the newest SBHC in the area, a partnership between Primary Health Solutions and Edgewood City Schools in Butler County. Medical and behavioral health providers began seeing patients at the end of July. Sports and back-to-school physicals allowed families to see the new facility. Dental and vision care will begin Oct.
The Deaconess Foundation will award grants to provide access to primary care services to underserved and at-risk populations. This may include an expansion of current programs or the addition of new initiatives. Eligible nonprofit organizations must be based in Butler, Clermont, Hamiton or Warren counties in Ohio; Boone, Campbell or Kenton counties in Kentucky; or Dearborn County in Indiana. The deadline for proposals is Friday, Sept. 25. Learn more or apply.
Each year Interact for Health makes donations on behalf of its directors and associates to local nonprofits that they have chosen whose work may not fall within our priorities. Among this year’s recipients are two previous grantees that are working to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the Center for Respite Care and First Ladies for Health. Read more ....Read previous Health in Action stories.
COVID-19 Update: Labor Day Precautions, New Traffic Safety Efforts, Broadband Connectivity Grant Awards
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 1, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Breann Almos: 614-799-6480 Jill Del Greco: 614-728-4946 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today provided the following updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. LABOR DAY PRECAUTIONS In advance of the upcoming Labor Day holiday, Governor DeWine today reminded citizens to take safety precautions when celebrating with others outside of their households. "Today Ohio
Discover Music! at MYCincinnati is an exciting opportunity for children to gain musical skills and knowledge through a variety of hands-on music-making activities. During this class, students will make new friends and have fun! They will collaborate with other students, learn from professional musicians, and develop the discipline needed to learn an instrument.
Full Story Van der Werff made his return to the starting lineup this past weekend against Columbus. The Dutch defender completed 32-of-34 passes for a passing accuracy of 94.1% and led the team with four interceptions. Van der Werff and the Orange and Blue defense held the opposition without a goal for fourth time this season.
You may not be able to catch an in-person performance at the Aronoff Center after dinner right now, but there are still plenty of reasons to head down to 6th and Walnut streets for live entertainment, delicious food and great drinks at some of your favorite restaurants. Prime Cincinnati continues to provide live music every Wednesday and Thursday from 6-9 p.m., with martini specials for $7 all day on Wednesdays and wine specials every Thursday. Right next door, Street City Pub offers all day, every day
For Immediate Release Sept.1, 2020 Chris Rice Chris.Rice@cincinnatilibrary.org 513-369-7817 CINCINNATI — During the COVID-19 pandemic, spending time outdoors has become more vital to our wellbeing. And thanks to work based on the Library's Facility Master Plan and a generous donation from the FC Cincinnati Foundation, the West End Branch received an upgrade to its courtyard so community members can use the revived space and access the Library's WiFi and computers. In 2019, the Library held listening
The deadline is approaching to apply for the Hamilton County CARES Small Business Relief Program. Hamilton County Commissioners are awarding over $5 million in grants using CARES Act funding to eligible small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Eligible businesses can apply for grants up to $10,000.The deadline to apply is September 4, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. Applications are currently being accepted on our website-https://www.hamiltoncountyohio.gov/sbrelief If you already submitted your application, great! You
MEDIA CONTACT: Dan Tierney: 614-644-0957 Throughout the week, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine was joined by Lt. Governor Jon Husted, and provided updates on Ohio's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as other state initiatives. On Monday, Governor DeWine announced that Jillian Froment, Director of the Ohio Department of Insurance, has resigned her position to pursue other opportunities. Froment joined the department in 2011 and has served as director since 2017. Tynesia Dorsey will serve as interim