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This Fast-Growing Grilled Cheese Chain Is Expanding by 25%

Just about everybody loves a grilled cheese sandwich, and one particular restaurant chain has made grilled cheese a next-level experience. Now, that brand—a Midwest franchise that's been featured on Shark Tank—is about to take their latest, greatest "melt concept" wider to increase their nationwide footprint by a quarter. If this...
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5 Best Steakhouses in Ohio

When it comes to exploring extreme juicy steaks with wine and nice company in a warm setting, thankfully, Ohio boasts plenty of choices. Ohio is home to numerous delectable steakhouses deserving of rave reviews. The following are only five of our picks for the greatest steakhouses in Ohio. Just have a look:
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North Avondale street dedicated in memory of shooting victim

CINCINNATI — Cincinnati city leaders honored a shooting victim Saturday who was killed when she was just 18. Now a stretch of Burton Avenue in North Avondale is named after Robin Pearl II. Pearl was shot and killed on that street in 2015 when she was sitting in the passenger...
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Annabel “Lucy” (Riggs) Johnson

Annabell Lucille (Riggs) Johnson, 96, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Saturday, June 12, 2021, in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Lucy was born February 17, 1925, in Aurora, IN, daughter of the late John Riggs and Edith (Humphrey) Riggs. She worked for Seagram’s Distillery, retiring after over 44 years of service. She was a member of Lawrenceburg Eagles Auxiliary. Lucy volunteered for the Boy Scouts and the Girl Scouts of America. In her younger years, she enjoyed bowling, and playing golf. Lucy loved spending time with her family, especially the grandkids.
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Two kids in critical condition after Westwood quadruple shooting

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Two children and two adults were shot around 6:15 p.m. Saturday near the McHenry and Cavanaugh Avenue intersection, Cincinnati police said. The children, ages six and eight, are in critical condition, according to Lt. Col. Mike John. The eight-year-old “is in very, very bad shape,” he said.
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Ohio board approves new conditions eligible for medical marijuana

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio State Medical Board approved petitions to make three new conditions eligible for patients to receive medical marijuana. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports Huntington's disease, terminal illness and spasticity were added to the list of qualifying medical marijuana conditions on Wednesday. To be approved, petitions must...
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Candlelight vigil for boy hit by car

CINCINNATI — Family and friends have planned a candlelight vigil for a 9-year-old boy who was hit by a car on Tuesday. The vigil will be held tonight in Westwood at 7 p.m., at the corner of Montana and Dartmouth, which is just steps away from where the boy was hit.
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Cincinnati man crashes car after cicada 'smacked' him in the face

Vincent Bingham was driving in Cincinnati Monday when a cicada got a little too close for comfort, causing him to crash his car into a utility pole. "I was driving, and I’m guessing it was a cicada flew in and smacked me right in the face," Bingham told an officer at the scene of the crash in bodycam footage released by the Cincinnati Police Department.
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Deadly daylight shooting of Cincinnati man was random, police say

CINCINNATI (WXIX) -The deadly shooting of 49-year-old Randy Billings in broad daylight last week was a random act perpetrated by a man with mental health ailments, according to Cincinnati police. Billings was walking down Marshall Avenue in the CUF neighborhood on June 3 around 1:16 p.m. when Javonte Smith, 23,...
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Independence police raise money for new canine program with car show

INDEPENDENCE, Ky. (WXIX) - The Independence Police Department hosted a car show on Saturday to help raise money for a new canine program after not having one for 30 years. Cpt. Brian Ferayorni with the Independence police says they had various Jeeps, motorcycles, and police cruisers at the show located at Summit View Academy.
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