Cincinnati Commercial Contracting, a general contracting company located at 4779 Red Bank Expressway, has been named Million Dollar Builder by the Buildings Division of Butler Manufacturing Company.
Rising to the Challenge in the Global Fight Against Cancer
“The goal of the University Cancer program is to raise the level of cancer care throughout the whole region, and to maximize the chances of a cure with as low toxicity as possible,” says William Barrett, MD, director of the institute. The center, which has approximately 90 physicians and 90 researchers, is a hub for cancer diagnosis and treatment as well as oncologic clinical trials and cancer biology research.
Check out photos from the 15th annual Coldwell Banker West Shell Redlegs Run held on Saturday, May 14 at Great American Ballpark.
Renovations bring revitalization to local all-in-one hotel and add more than 100 new jobs.
The John F. Barrett Entrepreneur Vision Award celebrates local business leaders who, through their willingness to take risks, stand out as community leaders who have built successful businesses that stimulate our local economy. The award is given annually to outstanding entrepreneurs who truly embody the entrepreneurial vision and spirit of Cincinnati in its evolution as a world-class city.
Brazee Street Studios works with hundreds of students across Cincinnati to create ‘Our City’ in glass for their 6th annual Kid’s Exhibition in C-LINK Gallery.
Museum Commits to Community Connections and Expanded Civic Agenda at 136th Annual Meeting
The Cincinnati Art Museum’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously to approve a new Strategic Plan that will shape institutional direction and priorities for the next five years. The Strategic Plan 2016-2020 articulates that the story of art – past, present and future – enriches life, promotes a thriving creative economy, and links people and perspectives across cultures and history.
UC Health Adult Burn Center hosted an open house for area first responders and other health professionals involved in the complex treatment of caring for our regions burn victims.
Stuff of Life blogger Lauren Chesley shares the lessons she has learned after watching her third daughter graduate from college.
The Lindner Center of HOPE, which opened in 2008 and is affiliated with UC Health, offers patient-centered, scientifically advanced care for individuals suffering with mental illness, addictions and other disorders. The Lindner Center calls its partial hospitalization program Mindful Transitions, designed to fill that gap where a patient might need more intensive care than they would get in an outpatient setting, yet do not require hospitalization.
After getting married, Frank and Lori Wright were ready to merge their households. The couple was introduced to the design team at Dwellings through Adam Perkins of Masterpiece Audio Video in Fort Wright. The couple officially moved in October and say they couldn’t be happier.
For 25 years, Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky (CSC) has been taking strides to make sure that no one faces cancer alone.
Founded in 2002, Cincinnati Circus Company provides a novel twist to your wedding entertainment, literally taking your event to new heights. The company performs events all over the country, providing more than 200 different forms of entertainment.
Sponsored by Advanced Technology Consulting (ATC)
Undoubtedly, there are more than 10 IT service firms to watch in Greater Cincinnati, but here are snapshots of notable examples of the plethora of IT talent we have here in Greater Cincinnati.
Change is the only constant in life. RWA Architects has been in business for 27 years and has experienced many changes in the industry, including what clients are looking for in their homes.
Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life, and no one knows that better than Kathy and Bill Kinane, owners of Manor House. The duo has helped create memorable weddings at the Manor House for 20 years.
2016 C-Suite Awards honorees: Dora Anim, Greg Beasley, Jay Bedi, Randi Bellner, Brian Berning, Randy Brunk, Nelson Castillo, Dan Connors, Myrita Craig, Kelley Downing, Barry Farmer, Trey Grayson, Rabbi Abie Ingber, Bryan Hogan, William Hurford, Laurence Jones, Greg Livingston, Candace McGraw, James Reynolds, Rob Richardson, Jr., George Sehi, Dan de Stefano, Mike Vollette, Nita Walker, Rodney Williams and R. Douglas Spitler.
Everyone deserves a decent place to live. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati strengthens families in our community by building or rehabbing houses in the Tri-State. More than 550 local homes have been repaired or constructed by the organization.
Victoria Morgan believes in the power of dance. As artistic director and CEO, she is proud of the impact Cincinnati Ballet is having in the community.
Building community through gardening, education and environmental stewardship.
After dating for a year and a half, Daniel was ready to spend the rest of his life with Amanda. He planned a memorable proposal at Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse with the help of family and friends. The restaurant was a special location for the couple: he took Amanda there on their first date.
The Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation Golf Scramble played host to more than 132 golfers and guests at The Twin Oaks Golf and Plantation Club on Saturday, May 7.
Heels on. Glasses up! Join Cancer Support Community on Thursday, May 26 for the fun and fashionable Wine Women & Shoes featuring wine tasting, silent & live auctions, fashion show, charming shoe guys and a shopping marketplace! Be there. be fabulous!
FC Cincinnati officially began its inaugural season on March 26 in Charleston, South Carolina, but the team has already generated a lot of excitement with impressive preseason wins.
The 32nd annual Cincinnatians of the Year Gala was held on May 6 at the Duke Energy Center.
For 37 years, ArchitectsPlus has provided clients with personal and professional service through their team of talented architects, interior designers and LEED-accredited professionals.
Check out photos from the C-Suite Awards Class of 2016!
A person who attacks a network is like a virus that infects a human: It mutates. The difference? Motivation. One mutates for survival and the other mutates to steal or destroy important information that hackers want.
Magnified Giving, which seeks to educate, inspire and engage students in life-long philanthropy, is concluding its 2016 student program with four (4) awards ceremonies.
Three out of four Americans struggle with weight. The largest contributing factor to good health is maintaining a steady weight and following a good diet. Obesity is a serious health issue, but Magdalena Kerschner, MD, at Victory Weight Loss & Wellness believes weight loss is possible with the proper medical attention and support.
The Children’s Home of Cincinnati celebrated the opening of two new Early Childhood Day Treatment (ECDT) classrooms, bringing the total to six for the organization.
Rookwood Pottery is undergoing a transformation. The world renowned pottery company is transitioning into a lifestyle brand intent on targeting a broader demographic. Although the company will continue production of their well-known signature items, the future promises to provide a wide array of new products, fresh for today’s tastes.
Women Helping Women hosted Light Up the Night: A Decade of Peace, Love and Understanding on April 28.
Kim and Dave Dougherty to be honored at the annual JDRF Cincinnatians of the Year Gala, which is consistently ranked as one of the region's top nonprofit fundraising galas.
West Chester Hospital Invites the Community to Party 80’s Style Proceeds to support West Chester Hospital Patient Care Initiatives
West Chester Hospital celebrated the 5th Annual Fundraising Event benefiting innovation in patient education and communication on April 22. This year’s event theme was “Celebrating the 80s” - it was a fun opportunity for guests to celebrate the past while supporting the future of healthcare in our community.
City of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Awarded the 2018 Shakespeare Theatre Association Conference
This international conference will be held at CSC’s new state of the art theater in January of 2018.
Designing spaces for people to live, work, play, discover, heal, learn and worship is the focus of Champlin Architecture. With an emphasis on collaborative design and innovation, community and employee engagement, and trends and research, the firm is poised for future growth in order to better serve its clients.
Elise and Christopher’s relationship quickly blossomed after their first date. The couple dated for 15 months before he popped the question. The couple celebrated their big day with a winter wonderland themed wedding on December 12, 2015
Artis Senior Living of Mason celebrated their one year anniversary on April 20, 2016, with all the people that helped this first year be a great one.
If a house could be hung on the walls of the most glorified museums in the world, this home located in a suburb of Cincinnati would fit right in with the masterpieces throughout history.
Organizations depend on information technology. It can often be an arduous and challenging terrain for individuals and companies to navigate. This is why organizations such as The Circuit, the IT association of the Greater Cincinnati region, are imperative to help guide the conversation and drive momentum.
Kindervelt #50 presents the second annual Hats, Horses and Heart Derby Party.
IKOR Opens New Branch to Bring Healthcare Advocacy and Life Management Services to Cincinnati's Seniors and Disabled
Office will voice needs and desires preserve independence and dignity and protect assets of those needing care while bringing peace of mind to their families and professional advisors.
A Night of High Hopes raises $200,000 for bipolar and mood disorder research at Lindner Center of HOPE.
The Gorilla Glue Company once again presented the Gorilla Run, a 5K run or walk in support of the Mountain Gorilla Conservation Fund (MGCF) on Sunday, April 3, 2016, at 11:00 AM
Cincinnati Bengals Pro Bowl quarterback Andy Dalton and his wife, Jordan, hosted parents of seriously ill and special needs children to a quiet, all-expense-paid private dinner by Chef Todd Kelly of Orchids at Palm Court at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza on April 26.
A three-appliance platform operating at an amazing speed – that’s what makes Seattle-based ExtraHop the global leader in real-time wire data analytics for IT intelligence and business operations. Recently, this pioneering tech company has been helping put an exciting spring in the step of local businesses.
How does a company ensure their employees are happy while still maintaining a healthy ROI? According to BDO USA, one of the nation’s leading accounting firms and a member of the worldwide BDO network, innovative thinking is the answer.
A new exhibit at the Duke Energy Children’s Museum at Cincinnati Museum Center will turn it into a positive, whimsical experience for children – and their parents – by inviting guests to take a stroll into the human mouth. “Inside the Grin” is a gigantic anatomically accurate model of every tooth in the mouth. Upon its unveiling on April 30, children and adults can walk inside the model and explore a dentist’s office in a fun, non-threatening way.
Throw back to the 2016 Cincinnati Flower Show took place at Yateman's Cove April 14-17. Thousands visited the fantastic show.
Aquaponics is a marriage of aquaculture (fish farming) and hydroponics (soil-less growing of plants), thus growing fish and plants in an integrated self-sustaining system. The queen city's very own Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy's aquaponics program has been named as one of the top 10 programs in the U.S.
The Phoenix’s culinary team provides a boutique, personalized-style approach to catering unmatched anywhere else in the region. They provide expert advice to those beginning their search for the perfect caterer and building their wedding menu.
St. Elizabeth and its associates have completed the building of its Habitat for Humanity home in Covington (Latonia Lakes) for a fellow associate and her family.
Company’s new office space supports current and future planned capacity growth.