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Go Make Disciples at Work

Have you ever contemplated what legacy you intend to leave behind when your journey on Earth is over? Will that legacy quickly fade away or leave a lasting impact? That’s when God spoke clearly to my heart saying, “Missionaries are needed in the workplace too!”
Tue, Aug 22, 2017

A Brighter Future

The future looked a little brighter on April 5 when 10 students received scholarships at this year’s Franklin B. Walter Scholarship Award Program, hosted by the Warren County Educational Services Center. The group of dedicated, hard-working students from districts throughout Warren County were honored at a luncheon attended by educators and local elected officials. It was sponsored by the Greater Ohio Virtual School.
Mon, Aug 21, 2017

Growing... Academically, Spiritually and Relationally

Mon, Aug 21, 2017

Introducing the Cincinnati Concours d'Elegance

Concours d’Elegance celebrated its 40th year on June 11th at the city’s historic Ault Park. This world-class event brings together collector car enthusiasts from around the country to see some of the best and rarest automobiles and motorcycles ever built.
Fri, Aug 18, 2017

Mercedes-Benz of Cincinnati & Mercedes-Benz of West Chester

Supporting Others to Help the Community
Wed, Aug 16, 2017

Immedion Keeps the Western & Southern Open Always On

Submitted by Jenny Skipper
From infrastructure support and management to on premise networking, Cincinnati Tennis relies on Immedion's data center and managed services to keep the Western & Southern Open always on.
Tue, Aug 15, 2017

Grace ... Space ... Pace

For Rich Frantz, it started in the 1960s as a college kid when he got a MGB Roadster, then a Triumph TR6. Years later, Frantz stumbled on a beat-up ’69 Jaguar XKE. And he was hooked.
Tue, Aug 15, 2017

Empowering Future Leaders

Mount Notre Dame High School’s My Action Plan (MAP) program empowers young women to take control of their personal, spiritual and academic growth, and prepares them for life outside the classroom.
Mon, Aug 14, 2017

Promoting, Inspiring and Empowering

Archbishop McNicholas High School promotes a Christ-centered, coed Catholic community that embraces each student spiritually, intellectually, morally and physically. The faculty strives to see students for who and what they are, and develop a personalized plan to elevate each student to his or her fullest potential.
Mon, Aug 14, 2017

The CEI Foundation to Host A Feast for the Eyes

Annual community outreach fundraiser will honor two CEI physicians as Leaders of Vision
Thu, Aug 10, 2017

A Small Business's Solution to Increasing Inclusion

After age 18, there are fewer educational opportunities for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Paul and Terri Hogan of Contemporary Cabinetry East in Blue Ash are trying to close that gap and show other small business owners that including people with disabilities in the workforce is a benefit, not a hindrance, to their bottom line.
Wed, Aug 09, 2017

Our Storm at Sea

The look on Larry’s face confirmed our desperate plight. He exerted all of his human strength to steer the boat upright and to keep us alive. He cried out, “Oh Lord, SAVE US, PLEASE, SAVE US!”
Tue, Aug 08, 2017

A Homegrown Superintendent

When the new school year begins in August, Cincinnati Public Schools will be led by one of its own. Catherine Laura Mitchell was appointed superintendent in May, replacing Mary Ronan, who is retiring after nine years at the helm of the largest school district in Southwest Ohio.
Mon, Aug 07, 2017

School Gets Exciting Renovations

Saint Ursula Academy has three major physical changes in the works. Students and faculty eagerly look forward to a renovated theater, a new art and design center and a redesigned library and media center, all of which will be ready for the upcoming school year.
Mon, Aug 07, 2017

Celebrating 150 Years

During 2017-18, one of Cincinnati’s oldest cultural institutions will celebrate a major milestone. Established nearly 30 years before the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, more than 50 years before the Cincinnati Opera, and almost 100 years before the Cincinnati Ballet, the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) traces its origins to 1867. Today CCM has more than 1,350 students enrolled in nearly 120 different degree programs.
Fri, Aug 04, 2017

Creating an Urban Village

The construction site on the western side of Mt. Adams on Oregon Street, sporting piles of dirt and inklings of foundation work, represents the first phase of a unique, single-family townhome and condominium community that will offer the perfect mix of upscale urban living opportunities. And the $1.5 million to $1.9 million homes are selling like hotcakes – six townhomes sold in six months.
Thu, Aug 03, 2017

Childhood Poverty: What One School Is Doing To Break the Cycle

The city’s childhood poverty rate is more than twice the national average of 21.7 percent. Almost half of all of our kids in Cincinnati – 45.5 percent – live at or below the poverty level. However, a unique and innovative high school – DePaul Cristo Rey (DPCR) – has set out to change that statistic, and with the help of some notable companies, they are doing it one student at a time.
Mon, Jul 31, 2017