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'It makes you feel helpless': CareSource terminates Ohio marketplace contract with Cincinnati Children's

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center will be without an in-network Ohio marketplace provider beginning Aug. 1 after its last-standing partner recently terminated its contract.  Dayton, Ohio-based CareSource Ohio, a Medicaid provider with more than 2 million members across six states, will stop covering patients who use the hospital and its physicians under the...
CINCINNATI, OH
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Thieves appear to target certain vehicles as part of social media trend, police warn

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - The Forest Park Police Department is warning owners of Kia and Hyundai model vehicles to be vigilant as thieves appear to be targeting the car brands. Forest Park police say there have been six reported thefts of the vehicle brands since June 21. The thefts are mostly of Kia models newer than 2011 and Hyundai models newer than 2015, according to police.
FOREST PARK, OH
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Yumi Boba Tea opens second location near Dayton Mall, plans to expand

Yumi Boba Tea has opened a second location in the Dayton area after success at its first shop in the Airway Shopping Center. The Taiwanese bubble-tea shop and Vietnamese deli, founded by Tiffany Ngo, opened in 2020. “I’ve had a chance to visit and try many different brand-name boba tea...
DAYTON, OH
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Mimi’s Kitchen celebrates grand opening

Mimi’s Kitchen in Hillsboro celebrated the grand opening of its storefront with a ribbon-cutting with the Highland County Chamber of Commerce, along with family, friends and members of the community, on June 22, 2022. Owned and operated by Mark and Cindy Boyd and located at 118 E. Main St....
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Whit’s Frozen Custard sets opening date for first Dayton area location

The first Dayton-area franchise of an Ohio-based business specializing in desserts is set to open later this week. Whit’s Frozen Custard business operator Jeffrey Neace said he plans to open the Ohio 48 site on the north end of Centerville’s Uptown district this Friday. That’s just before the July 3-4 Americana Festival.
DAYTON, OH
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Gourmet popsicle food truck opens first Ohio franchise in Dayton

A food truck specializing in fruity and creamy flavored gourmet popsicles is opening its first Ohio location in the Dayton area. Armando and Augustina DeLeon, franchisees of Frios Gourmet Pops, are introducing the gourmet popsicles to the community this weekend. Frios Gourmet Pops will be at the Kettering Cruise-In on Saturday starting at 4 p.m. The car show is located at the Kettering Towne Center, 2120 E. Dorothy Lane, across from Delco Park.
DAYTON, OH
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Graeter’s Ice Cream scooping third bonus flavor of summer

A fried dessert topped with cinnamon sugar turned into an ice cream flavor. Graeter’s Ice Cream has released Churro, its third bonus flavor of the summer. Churro is described as a combination of cinnamon ice cream with crunchy churro pieces. ExploreICE CREAM GUIDE: Where to cool off with a...
DAYTON, OH

City Barbeque Review - Beavercreek Location

Lolo's Pulled Pork Sandwich at City BarbequeMikey Chlanda, author. So we’re on an adventure - we’re day-tripping (well, 2 days, so strictly speaking, not a day trip) to Yellow Springs. On the drive up we had a few errands to run in Beavercreek. I wanted to go to Flying Pizza, but my girlfriend held out for City Barbeque. Guess who won.
BEAVERCREEK, OH

76 Flashfood locations in Ohio

Flashfood arrived in Ohio back in 2016. There are many Ohioans that still don't know it exist, including myself. I was shopping in the Meijer on Colonel Glenn Hwy, in Fairborn, Ohio. I noticed people shopping the FlashFood refrigerator. I asked an employee exactly what it was and how does it work. She walked me through the procedure for shopping. It looks pretty simple.
OHIO STATE

Family-owned Ohio restaurant closes after 24 years due to worker shortage

A popular family-owned restaurant in Ohio closed its doors for good this week because the owner could not find enough workers to keep the eatery in business. With so many restaurants struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic, it's not surprising to hear that yet another one is closing its doors. The Wellington Grille in Beavercreek, Ohio, has closed its doors after 22 years in business.
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