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Woman killed in Brown County house fire

RIPLEY, Ohio (WXIX) - A woman died in a house fire in Brown County early Wednesday morning, according to dispatchers. It was reported in the 700 block of Hamburg Street in Ripley just after 1 a.m. The victim was the only person inside at the time of the fire. Her...
BROWN COUNTY, OH
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Teen football player crushed by tree at friend's birthday party

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A 13-year-old Blanchester boy is recovering at Cincinnati Children's Hospital after a tree fell on him at friend's birthday party. The tree fractured two of Lucas Cirivello's neck bones as well as his cheek and jaw bones. It also broke his nose and caused minor brain bleeding.
CINCINNATI, OH
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Sponsored: The echoes of Cincinnati’s riverboat history can still be experienced with daily BB Riverboat tours

This article was written by Phil Armstrong. Riverboat culture has been a steadfast part of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky history since our ancestors settled along its shores centuries ago. As river cities along the northern and southern shores developed, so did our waterway’s importance. The Ohio River and its connected canals became a popular hub of activity for transporting people and goods to and from the area, growing our civilization into what it has become. Regardless of the advancements in personal vehicles and air travel, the river remains a central piece of the puzzle when it comes to commerce and entertainment today.
CINCINNATI, OH
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Rebuilt McDonald’s is open

The rebuilt and modernized Hillsboro McDonald’s location reopened for business on Tuesday after more than a three-month hiatus when the old building, which had stood on North High Street for half a century, was razed and a new building sporting an updated, contemporary architectural design and interior was built in its place, according to owner Leigh Chamness.
HILLSBORO, OH
Urbana Citizen

Garden Club Flower Show selects winners

Lynn Schaner is the 2022 Garden Club Member of the Year. She joined Goshen Garden Club 47 years ago as a young mother for a way to do something for herself. Lynn followed her mother, her two grandmothers and an aunt’s footsteps in the same club. Even after 47 years she is still excited to enter specimens and arrangements at the Champaign County Fair Flower Shows.
MECHANICSBURG, OH
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BRAVO! Italian Kitchen Reopens in Bethel, Ohio

BRAVO! Italian Kitchen , the beloved restaurant located in Bethel, Ohio has officially reopened its doors, with a fresh new look. The restaurant, which will be celebrating its 30th year in the community next month, closed in April following significant damage from a fire. The Bethel BRAVO! has been remolded with updated interiors and the capacity to seat over 270 guests, in addition to an expanded patio with the capacity to seat over 50 guests outdoors.
BETHEL, OH
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Barleycorn's Brewhouse opening next week in former Wilder firehouse

WILDER, Ky. — A brewhouse is opening next week inside a former Wilder firehouse. One Holland Corp., which is a franchisee of Skyline Chili, LaRosa's Pizzerias, First Watch, Dunkin' and more, is opening Barleycorn's Brewhouse at 402 Licking Pike in Wilder in mid-July, according to One Holland officials. The...
WILDER, KY
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Tickety-Boo Treats at Fresh Thyme

Looking for a treat that is both tasty and good for you? Local dessert maker, Tickety-Boo Treats, offers delicious cheesecakes in flavors like chocolate hazelnut, lemon wild blueberry, Mexican hot chocolate and more. Tickety-Boo’s treats are gluten free, vegan, paleo and raw and now families can find Tickety-Boo desserts at local Fresh Thyme marketplaces!
CINCINNATI, OH
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SwingLine Swings Into Madeira

Tom Powers, one of the owners of SwingLine in Madeira, laughs when looking back on how he and his friends came to be restaurant owners. “Back around 2000 or so, three of my rugby buddies and I decided we should look at buying a bar,” Powers says. “We went to bars a lot in those days and said we might as well be paying money in our own place. That was our stupid idea at the time. But we looked around and, after a number of years, we found a place in Loveland called Tequila Jack’s.”
MADEIRA, OH
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