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Christian Village Communities, a locally owned not-for-profit, was originally founded in 1960 and is committed to inspiring Christian retirement living for seniors. “We are a life-plan community,” Lizz Stephens says. “That means that unlike many of the standalone assisted living communities that are being constructed in the area, we are able to offer all levels of care on one campus.”

Personal Connection is Key to Quality Education

From the very first day, when teachers and administrators greet each La Salle High School student as they arrive with a welcoming handshake, it’s evident that a quality education starts with that personal connection, says Principal Aaron Marshall.

Women of Influence Awards at The Manor House

New Year, New Campus

Students and staff at Saint Ursula Academy are happily enjoying their new art and design center, performance theater and library/media center. The theater and the arts center were completed earlier in the year, but due to the school’s needs, renovations of the library/media center were started at the beginning of summer and finished in only eight weeks, just in time for students returning in August.

Doctor's Passion for Cutting-Edge Tech Can Change Lives

Dr. Christopher Riemann remembers sailing into New York Harbor as a 4-year-old German immigrant in 1972, realizing his life was going to change forever. Now, the 49-year-old vitreoretinal specialist at Cincinnati Eye Institute has been affiliated with some of the most prestigious medical institutions in the country.

50 Years of Leadership and Generosity

It takes true love for a company and its people for someone to stick with them for 50 years. Bartlett & Co, a Cincinnati-based Registered Investment Advisor, is happily celebrating Rick Reynolds’ 50th anniversary with the firm, but his work extends far beyond the office into the city he loves.

Cincinnati's Historic Wedding Destination

If you’re searching for a wedding venue, the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza’s popularity among brides has earned it a spot on the short list of the area’s top wedding planners.

An Investment in Trust

Founded in 1966, The Randolph Company has provided their clients financial assistance for decades. Established by Guy D. Randolph Jr., the firm originally specialized in life insurance. They have since developed into an investment advisory firm under the leadership of Carter F. Randolph, PhD, who took control of the company in 1996.

The (Not So) Surprising Secret to Wealth

Without a doubt, the most reliable way to build wealth is to steadily and consistently save as high of a percentage of your income as you can. In other words, one of the most reliable predictors of wealth is one’s ability to delay gratification.

Compassionate Healthcare

Terri Fenno was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer 16 years ago during the Christmas holiday. With two children, ages 3 and 4, and a husband who worked in New Jersey, it was a hard time for the whole family.

A $2 million gift from the Harold C. Schott Foundation will support world-class structural heart care at The Christ Hospital

Living on Your Terms, with Care That’s Always There

The assisted and independent living spaces at the Barrington of Oakley are spacious and cozy at the same time, reflecting the community’s philosophy of bringing home to each resident.

African-American Art & History Intersect at the Freedom Center

After 10 years, the “Kinsey African-American Art & History Collection” is coming back to Cincinnati. The exhibit, which starts November 4 and stretches through the new year at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, is one of the largest private collections of art and artifacts illuminating the black experience in America.

School Opens Arms to 18-month-olds

Every experience in early childhood is important. Every relationship adds meaning. Knowing this inspires teachers in The Summit Country Day School’s Montessori Program to make every moment count. This fall, The Summit opened its doors to 18-month-olds and added an all-day option for the 18- to 36-month-olds in the Toddler Program.

Talking Business ... With a Few Local Business Owners

While Cincinnati may be home to ten Fortune 500 companies, small-to-medium-sized privately-owned businesses play a critical role in our local economy.

Deaconess Associations Foundation Honored for its Commitment to Health Care for the Underserved

Deaconess Associations Foundation, Inc. (DAF) has been awarded the Ernest Talbert Award for providing healthcare to at-risk children and adults through its Deaconess Health Checks.

Still Sparkling after 104 Years

It began in a world-famous jewelry factory in Kiev, Russia. Today, Boris Litwin Jewelers creates one-of-a-kind pieces in Madeira.