Inspired by his experience volunteering at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati as a St. Xavier High School student, Harry Fath — along with his wife, Linda — have committed $50 million to the local youth development organization.
TriHealth, Cleveland Clinic affiliate
Cincinnati-based healthcare system TriHealth said it has become Ohio’s first affiliate of Cleveland Clinic’s Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute – the nation’s top-ranked heart program.
Former Lilly CEO, wife donate $20 million to Xavier for science center
Xavier University announced a $20 million gift from Sarah and John Lechleiter to help establish a state-of-the-art science facility on its campus.
Carnegie’s Best headed to airport
Northern Kentucky’s largest multidisciplinary arts venue is in the market for a new leader.
Firemen protect Price Hill park goers
Two Cincinnati firefighters who placed themselves between dangerous dogs and park goers were among five firefighters honored for excellence by the Rotary Club of Cincinnati.
UC, Caracole make drug impact
New research from the University of Cincinnati, in partnership with local nonprofit Caracole, shows a self-service vending machine filled with harm reduction supplies such as naloxone helped prevent overdoses and contributed to Hamilton County’s overdose deaths decreasing in 2021.
Food council tapped for national panel
The Greater Cincinnati Regional Food Policy Council has been selected to participate in a nationwide learning network.
Rhinegeist serving more than beer
Rhinegeist Brewery is serving more than just beer at its Over-the-Rhine taproom.
Arts center restaurant to close
The Ferrari brothers and the Contemporary Arts Center said the restaurant Fausto will close by the end the year.
NKY chamber recognizes Tilmes
The volunteer leader of Northern Kentucky’s signature public affairs program has received the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s community award.