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Miami University vaccine mandate begins

OXFORD, Ohio (WDTN) – Monday, October 25 marks the deadline for all Miami University faculty, staff, and in-person students to have received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. According to a release by Miami University, the full dose must be completed by November 22. “All of us would like to return to pre-pandemic conditions […]
OXFORD, OH
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Research examines coping mechanisms for loss of smell from COVID-19

One of the most common and disturbing side effects of COVID-19 is the loss of the sense of smell. New research from the University of Cincinnati found some common coping mechanisms that helped COVID-19 patients deal with a lessened sense of smell, which severely impacts the sense of taste. The study was published in the International Forum of Allergies & Rhinology.
CINCINNATI, OH
WKRC

You could win free Frisch's Big Boys for a year

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Yes, you read that headline right! You could win yourself free Big Boy burgers from Frisch's for a year thanks to a new contest. 11 lucky winners will be chosen out of a pool of eligible contestants. To become an eligible contestant, all you have to do...
CINCINNATI, OH
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Best Bet Events | October 25 – 31

Take a Fall stroll through the park to see the changing leaves… AND see a unique art installation lining the pathways. Super cool scarecrows will be throughout the park as a part of Scarecrow Row for Madi’s House. Otto Armleder Park , 5057 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati; 9 a.m.; donations accepted, visit madishousecincyorg for more information; https://scarecrowrow.org.
CINCINNATI, OH
WKRC

Restaurants prepare for 2nd winter slow season during pandemic

COVINGTON, Ky. (WKRC) - This is the second year restaurants are heading into the winter season during a pandemic. Last year owners had to get creative to stay afloat, but a year later the situation has drastically changed. Around the holidays last year ‘Smoke Justis’ in Covington, like hundreds of...
COVINGTON, KY
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CVG Celebrates New Rental Car Facility, Lowest Fares in Region

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) celebrated this week the opening of its new rental car and ground transportation center, as well its designation as having the lowest air fares among the region's airports. The new rental car facility represents a more than $175 million investment. Other elements of the...
CINCINNATI, OH
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New Riff Launches Limited Red Turkey Wheated Bourbon

Newport, KY — New Riff Distilling announced its latest innovative product, a bourbon made from heirloom Red Turkey Wheat that continues the distillery’s passion for unique mashbills not made anywhere else. The limited release Red Turkey Wheated Kentucky Straight Bourbon will be available in limited quantities throughout New Riff’s home market, Kentucky, this November.
NEWPORT, KY

Today at Goebel Park Pollinator Garden in Covington, you can get free perennial plants for your garden

Want to attract butterflies to your yard? Here’s your chance to get some free perennial plants to start or add to a pollinator garden. The people who manage the Goebel Park Pollinator Garden in the Covington park just east of Interstate 75 will be digging up and “dividing” an array of perennial plants whose flowers provide nectar or pollen that attract butterflies, moths, bees, hummingbirds, and other pollinators.
COVINGTON, KY
Dayton Daily News

Dayton-area restaurant/sports bar wants to add Kettering site

KETTERING — A Dayton-area restaurant chain isn’t buying the Kettering site it wanted, but it is still looking to expand there. TJ Chumps co-owner Jim Dunn told the Dayton Daily News another party’s offer was accepted to purchase land in the Kettering Triangle Center between Stroop Road, Wilmington Pike and Woodman Drive.
KETTERING, OH
Cincinnati Herald

Chocolate News Podcast (Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati)

This is the Chocolate News Podcast, sponsored by the Ohio Lottery. We bring you news that discusses issues affecting the Black community. On today’s show we will be discussing the death of Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, the UC Bearcats moving to No. 2 on the AP Top 25 Poll, and the Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI, OH
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