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Kettering Schools reports students taking part in ‘devious licks’ trend

KETTERING, Ohio (WDTN) — Kettering City Schools is reporting that students are participating in a new social media trend called “devious licks,” where they videotape themselves stealing items mounted inside school buildings and post the video to TikTok. The district said students were stealing items like soap and hand sanitizers...
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Students are barking like dogs and destroying soap dispensers thanks to TikTok, school officials say

BURLINGTON, Ky. — Students are barking and dressing like dogs at a Kentucky school, causing a distraction in the classroom. School officials say TikTok is to blame. In a statement posted to its social media pages Sunday, officials with Camp Ernst Middle School in Burlington, Kentucky, said they are noticing an uptick in TikTok trends in the classroom, causing a distraction.
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Jeff Ruby's former culinary director opening restaurant at Findlay Market

CINCINNATI (Cincinnati Business Courier) - The former culinary director of Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment is partnering with Findlay Market to open a new restaurant with a mission of addressing one of the industry's critical gaps. Travis Maier, who most recently served as Jeff Ruby's culinary director and has filled roles...
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New McAlister's Deli to open in Florence

FLORENCE, Ky. (WKRC) - A new McAlister's Deli location opens Monday morning. And the first 94 guests through the door get free tea for a year. It's located on Houston Road near the intersection with Turfway Road. The doors open at 10:30 a.m.
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Cincinnati Zoo's giraffe Zoey celebrates 5th birthday

CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Zoo's giraffe Zoey is celebrating her 5th birthday Monday. Zoey was born at the zoo in 2016 to mom, Jambo. She is easy to tell apart by her floppy left ear. Zoo officials said she was a bit of a clumsy calf and injured her ear when she was just a few months old. Her injury was treated by veterinary staff and her ear is fine, it just hangs down a little.
CINCINNATI, OH
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Cincinnati Zoo's Lucille the Bearcat celebrates 2nd birthday

CINCINNATI — The Cincinnati Zoo celebrated a special birthday over the weekend. Lucille the Bearcat turned 2 on Sunday. The zoo said like most 2-year-olds, she is a picky eater with lots of sass. Video above: Lucille the bearcat makes first official appearance at UC. "She talks back and gives...
CINCINNATI, OH
Dayton Daily News

JUST IN: LaRosa’s announces plant-based pizzas including sausage and pepperoni

Today, Sept. 13, LaRosa’s Family Pizzeria announced its plan to add deluxe and create-your-own plant-based pizza options to its menu. The Cincinnati-based pizza franchise is rolling out the new recipe to all 66 of its pizzeria’s in the Greater Cincinnati area, including Dayton, Central Kentucky and Southwest Indiana on Monday, Sept. 20.
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LaRosa’s adds plant-based pizza toppings

Cincinnati, Ohio-based LaRosa's Pizzeria is adding plant-based toppings to its line of pizza offerings. LaRosa's tested pizzas with plant-based toppings in two Cincinnati-area pizzerias and incorporated guest feedback to hone the recipes. The pizzas have rolled out to all 66 LaRosa's Family Pizzerias in Greater Cincinnati, Central Kentucky and Southwest Indiana, according to a press release.
CINCINNATI, OH
Dayton Daily News

Boston Stoker turns 48! Today-only deals part of celebration

A Dayton staple for a fresh cup of coffee for 48 years is offering several thank you deals to customers. Today, Sept. 13, Boston Stoker is celebrating its 48th anniversary as “one of Ohio’s leading and longest running independent roasters of gourmet coffee.” Today only, the coffee shop and roaster is offering $5 off of all 12oz bags of coffee, $1 off all beverages and buy 3 cigars, get one free.
DAYTON, OH
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Oktoberfest Zinzinnati Is Back (And Bigger)

Oktoberfest Zinzinnati will have an even higher profile this month, says Cynthia Oxley, who directs the fest for the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber: Munich canceled its (mostly indoor) original due to COVID-19 concerns. After its own year off, Cincinnati’s (all outdoor) version returns to downtown September 16–19 with Thursday hours for the first time.
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Choose From Over 100 Events at Great Outdoor Weekend

Cincinnati is home to an abundance of protected greenspaces, nature preserves, trails, and parks. Most residents live within a 10-minute walk of our city’s parks, and Green Umbrella is here to celebrate with over 100 free events for the whole family. On September 25–26, the 18th annual Great Outdoor Weekend is about making sure that everyone has access to the great outdoors and the best outdoor recreation and nature education programming. The two-day event features activities hosted by dozens of organizations at locations across the Greater Cincinnati area, including Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana. Great Parks of Hamilton County alone has planned concerts, astronomy, paddling, animal experiences, and golfing to do over the weekend. There’s something for everyone—people of all age groups and abilities can join in on the fun, and many activities are transit accessible. Here are some of the highlights.
CINCINNATI, OH
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Here's why it can take six to eight months to get a couch

DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP, Ohio — If you have been looking for a new couch or bedroom, or talked to family members re-doing their living room, you probably have heard about the long delays for furniture these days. Melissa Taylor told me about her five-month wait for a new couch earlier this...
CINCINNATI, OH

A 99-Year-Old Man Is Still Jogging And Inspiring Others

A longtime runner at 99 years old, one Cincinnati man is still pounding the pavement five miles at a time, three times a week, offering inspiration to friends and strangers alike. Lifelong Cincinnati resident Mike Fremont took up running in 1958. For the past 46 years, he’s been running through...
CINCINNATI, OH
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