Officials announced Monday their plans for the $129 million renovation project at Music Hall.
The landmark will shut down in June of next year for construction work, expected to reopen in the fall of 2017.
It was announced Monday that crews will remove asbestos from several parts of the building and work on some structural issues.
Some concerts will be temporarily moved to different locations during construction.
The project is funded partially from the city and state, with most of the money coming from private donors.
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The measure would be the fourth stopgap spending bill since the current budget year started in October.
Cincinnati police said they are investigating a critical injury crash in Clifton overnight.
Cincinnati Police are asking the public’s help identifying five suspects involved an altercation inside a gas station.
A World Soccer Talk report recently suggested the MLS expansion announcement would be made the first week of March.
The United States Postal Service announced in October 2017 that a pricing change would take effect on Jan. 21.