A Heroic Date Night: Cincinnati Officer Saves a Life
In a heartwarming incident that restores faith in humanity, an officer from Cincinnati, Officer Koffi Agbleke, demonstrated exceptional courage and selflessness while on a date in October. This remarkable story of heroism unfolded on the iconic Roebling Bridge, and it has been making headlines for all the right reasons.
Tragic Accident in Cincinnati’s Carthage Neighborhood
In a heartbreaking turn of events, a fatal accident occurred in Cincinnati’s Carthage neighborhood on Friday night. A 35-year-old woman tragically lost her life in a collision that has left the community in shock. In this blog post, we will delve into the details of this unfortunate incident, shedding light on what transpired.
Ohio State Representatives Propose Legislation for Property Tax Levy Transparency
CLEVELAND, OH - According to a press release issued by Ohio House of Representative Republicans on Friday, December 1, 2023, State Representatives Adam Mathews (R-Lebanon) and Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) have jointly introduced legislation aimed at enhancing transparency in local government tax proposals.
The Nutcracker Ballet at SCPA
We recently saw the Nutcracker ballet at SCPA school in Cincinnati. The students did a fantastic job!
The "Discard" is The Most Loving Thing a Narcissists Can Do
In July of 2018, I was at the airport. I drive Uber and had just dropped a passenger off and headed to the cell phone lot. I had a call scheduled with a therapist out in Vegas.
Gaslighting And Narcissistic Control. How it Drives The Victim to The Brink of Insanity
Gaslighting is one of many weapons of choice a Narcissist chooses to confuse and break down the victim. They have done it for years, and it works for them. So they get better and better as the years go on.
Cincinnati Resident Claims $25,000 Pick 5 Prize
CINCINNATI, OH - According to a press release issued by the Ohio Lottery on Wednesday, November 22, 2023, in a stroke of luck on Wednesday, November 22, 2023, Marisha Drake of Cincinnati emerged as the fortunate winner of a $25,000 prize while playing the Ohio Lottery's Pick 5 game.
Seeking Closure: The Search for Family and Friends of Two Deceased Cincinnati Men
In a heartfelt effort to bring closure and dignity to the lives of two individuals who recently passed away, the Hamilton County Coroner’s Office is reaching out to the community for assistance. The tragic news of their deaths has prompted an appeal for information about their family members or friends who may not yet be aware of the loss. In this blog, we’ll delve into the details of this touching plea and the importance of coming together as a community during such times.
New Five Below Set to Open in Cincinnati
CINCINNATI, OH (News Wave) - The vibrant and dynamic shopping experience that Five Below is renowned for has found a new home at 454 Ohio Pike, Cincinnati, according to the Five Below website.
This restaurant in Hamilton, Ohio recently celebrated its grand reopening
A restaurant in Hamilton reopened for business in October. After being temporarily closed for renovations, the Coach House - which is a restaurant located in Hamilton at 100 Berkeley Dr - reopened its doors to the public on October 11. In addition to sporting a new look, the reopened restaurant has some new menu items that might be familiar to fans of High St. Café (the High St. Cafe's executive chef Phil Wong is now the chef for Coach House).
Ohio Officials Unveil Digital Reconstruction to Identify Unidentified Cincinnati Woman
CINCINNATI, OH (News Wave) - Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Hamilton County Coroner Dr. Lakshmi Sammarco have unveiled a photo-realistic digital forensic facial reconstruction of an unidentified woman who was discovered deceased in Cincinnati on May 31, 2018. The unveiling aims to bring closure to the woman's story by seeking assistance from the public in identifying her.
"The Angel of Death" Killed More Than 35 People at a Cincinnati Hospital he Called "Mercy Killings"
Donald Harvey was a hospital orderly in Cincinnati, Ohio who admitted to killing and justifying the murders as "mercy kills" giving him the nickname “Angel of Death.” He was often at his victims bed side at the time of death so the tag "Angel of Death" stuck.
Walgreens to Close Downtown Cincinnati Store: Understanding the Decision
Walgreens, a well-known pharmacy chain, has recently made headlines in Cincinnati with its decision to close one of its downtown locations. The store in question, situated at 601 Race St., is set to permanently shut its doors on November 15th, 2023, at 3 p.m. The announcement has left many locals wondering about the reasons behind this move and its implications for the community. In this blog, we'll explore the details and factors contributing to Walgreens' decision.
Tragic Altercation Following FC Cincinnati Match: A Closer Look at the Lavontez Davis Case
In the aftermath of an FC Cincinnati match in early October, a tragic incident unfolded on the streets of Cincinnati, Ohio. The altercation involved 24-year-old Lavontez Davis and 48-year-old Jason McKinnon, resulting in a devastating loss of life. In this blog post, we will examine the details of the case, as reported by local news, with a neutral perspective.
Zoo Worker in Cincinnati Hospitalized After Venomous Rattlesnake Encounter
A venomous encounter at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden led to a female employee being rushed to the hospital on Thursday. The worker suffered a bite from an eastern diamondback rattlesnake, the most venomous snake in North America.