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  Next phase of Wasson Way Trail opened Saturday

The Wasson Way Trail is quickly making its way through the Queen City.

  7 holidays in 7 days: Little boy with bone cancer gets wish fulfilled

Krohn Conservatory transforms to a holiday oasis

Holiday activities open this weekend

  Community celebrates boy fighting cancer with drive-by birthday parade

  Joe Biden supporters gather at Washington Park

  Fountain Square decked out for the holidays with Macy’s Christmas tree

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  Adult only outdoor pool remains open through mid-November

  New Miami holds first neighborhood watch meeting after several shootings in the quiet Village

  Local group of teens formed bond with Bengals players in effort to better the Cincinnati community

Michigan man runs 33.5-miles in honor of local 3-year-old girl who died after battle with cancer

  Community members found ways to celebrate Halloween despite the pandemic

  Local organization offering rides to the polls on election day

  City Council moves forward with “road calming” initiative in Price Hill to prevent accidents

Rush hour parking restrictions in Price Hill are officially being eliminated.

Christ Hospital offering limited-edition onesies to babies born on Halloween

Christ Hospital is offering limited-edition onesies to babies born on Halloween.

Kroger offering drive-thru trick-or-treating at some locations this weekend

Kroger is offering a drive-thru trick-or-treat option at some of their local stores this weekend.

Cincinnati Children’s has a new COVID-19 safe way to give during the holidays

Cincinnati Children’s is coming up with new ways to give during the holidays despite COVID-19 restrictions.

  Forest Hills students celebrate a fun and educational Halloween tradition

  Community celebrates life of 3-year-old girl who died after battle with cancer

  “On a Mission” : YWCA of Cincinnati honors domestic violence victims, shares info on services

  Cincinnati man runs 326 miles for charity

National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveils Ohio State O-H-I-O series

Celebrate Fiona’s 4th birthday with a 2021 Cincinnati Zoo calendar

  DAV 5K virtual run relies on fundraiser to help 1M veterans

The DAV 5K is accepting donations and registrations now.

  Encouraging kindness: Fairfield Schools host Unity Month

Fairfield Schools students, staff take part in Unity Week.

  Clermont Co. free food distribution event helping families in need

Clough Pike Baptist Church in conjunction with the USDA Farmers to Families program wants to love on the families in the community so these boxes are completely free of charge.

  Volunteers collect signatures to get affordable housing amendment on 2021 ballot

Volunteers gathered this weekend in Washington Park and Findlay Market collecting petition signatures to get an affordable housing amendment on the May 2021 ballot.

  Middletown families gathered to honor memory of a 10-year-old, promote bike safety

Middletown families gathered Saturday morning to honor the memory of a 10-year-old and promote bike safety.

Partial closure of Fifth Street part of former Fountain Place redevelopment

Fifth Street between Race and Vine will be closed for a week as part of 3CDC's redevelopment of the former Fountain Place retail center.

  FC Cincinnati season ticket deposits due Friday

Friday is the deadline for 2021 season ticket deposits as FC Cincinnati prepares to move into West End Stadium.

Scuba Santa returns to Newport Aquarium this year

The Newport Aquarium says Scuba Santa will return this holiday season.

Volunteers spend their Saturday cleaning up Cincinnati waterways

About 40 volunteers participated, picking up trash at four different locations.

  Tri-State non-profit asks for donations to help kids, families in need

From a tiny closet in a bedroom to multiple rooms, Princeton Closet has grown over the past 15 years

  Bengals fans get back to tailgating and back into the stands

6,000 more fans were allowed in the stadium this time around compared to the home opener, which had a recorded attendance of zero.

  Cincinnati Tri-State Walk To End Alzheimer’s moves to new location

The Cincinnati Tri-State Walk To End Alzheimer’s may have looked different this year, but participants say they are just as motivated.

Findlay Market collecting costumes for annual trick-or-treat event

Trick-or-Treat at Findlay Market is going to look a little different this year.

  CPS student leads effort to make masks for school, community

Walnut Hills HS student leads effort to create, donate masks during the pandemic.

  Cincinnati synchronized swimming team celebrates 50 year anniversary

The Cincinnati Synchrogators are the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati’s synchronized swim team.

  Black organizations march through downtown Cincinnati with a message of change

Local Black organizations marched through downtown street Saturday afternoon.

  Hundreds took part in Walk to End Alzheimer’s event Saturday

Hundreds took part in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s event Saturday morning.

  23-foot sculpture being built for downtown Hamilton

An over 23-foot sculpture is going to be erected in downtown Hamilton.

  Local man is searching for his long lost twin

A local man is searching for his long lost twin.

Local charity offering free COVID-19 testing Sunday

A local charity will be offering free COVID-19 testing to Cincinnati’s homeless population Sunday.

  Red Cross volunteers travel from Cincinnati to Oregon to help with wildfire relief

Volunteers from the Red Cross traveled from Cincinnati to Oregon to help with wildfire relief.

Cincinnati Zoo’s first-ever virtual event begins Friday

Sign up soon for The Cincinnati Zoo’s first-ever virtual event.

Cincinnati’s Oktoberfest kicks off Friday online and in-person

This year’s Oktoberfest Zinzinnati begins Friday and can be enjoyed through lives streams and at some of Cincinnati’s favorite bars and restaurants.

  Second Sunday sidewalk fair returns to OTR this weekend

The Second Sunday sidewalk fair returned to OTR this weekend.

  New exhibit opened at Cincinnati Art Museum

A new exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum opened this weekend.

  Tri-State veteran celebrates 100th birthday

A Taylor Mill veteran celebrated his 100th birthday Saturday.

Bengals raise $34,000 by filling stadium with cardboard cutouts

The Bengals have raised $34,000 to benefit local organizations while allowing fans to participate in the upcoming game.

  Ride for Dragonfly Bike Day helps kids with cancer & their families

Dragonfly Foundation hosts annual fundraiser.

Sept. 11 remembrance events planned across Tri-State

Tri-State groups and businesses have planned events to honor and remember the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001.

  Weekend fundraiser hopes to help Tri-State theater company

Lebanon Theatre Company plans an upcoming fundraiser.

  43 cats are traveling from Houston to a Cincinnati animal shelter

After traveling hundreds of miles to help a Houston shelter affected by the hurricane, Cincinnati volunteers are returning to the Tri-State with dozens of cats in tow.

  National award given to local recycling program

The Great Parks Holiday Lights Recycling program earned a first-place environmental/conservation award by the National Association of County Park & Recreation Officials.

  Matthew 25: Ministries sends a team to help with hurricane relief

A group from Matthew 25: Ministries left Saturday morning to provide relief supplies and laundry services to those affected by Hurricane Laura.

  Red Cross looking for volunteers to help with hurricane relief

The American Red Cross is asking for help in providing aid to those affected by Hurricane Laura.

  Cincinnati Art Museum returning to normal hours

Visitors will be required to register in advance.

88 bike helmets donated to kids by local organization

The goal of this initiative is to encourage children to be safe as they bike in parks and around their community.

  CPS invites people to participate in Shark Tank-style pitch event

The event, that will be entirely virtual, is designed to generate interest and revenue for Greater Cincinnati small businesses.

Kentucky State Police raise over $16K for Special Olympics

The “Cover the Cruiser” campaign was created after the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run was canceled due to COVID-19.

  Amelia car show raises money for family of Cincinnati firefighter

A car show in Amelia raises money for the family of Cincinnati firefighter.

  Goal for 34-mile urban trail around Cincinnati moves forward

This next part of the project will double the current length of the trail

  Musicians honor violinist killed during police encounter in Colorado

Through the unifying powers of music, the musicians paid homage to the 23-year-old and also supported one another.

  ‘Married with Microphones’ celebrates 25-year on-air anniversary

“They got the idea to put us together, we had a big meeting and everything worked out fine and here we are 25 years later”

  Event organizers look to highlight importance of transgender people within BLM movement

A community event will be held in Washington Park on Tuesday to engage and discuss ways to make the city safer for Black transgender people.

  Hundreds protest for racial justice in Cincinnati: ‘We just want to be heard'

Hundreds of people called for change during a rally on Sunday in Cincinnati.

2020 Flying Pig Marathon canceled

This year's Flying Pig and Queen Bee races canceled due to COVID-19, but participants have other ways of getting involved.

  Newport Aquarium reopens Monday with new requirements

Expect to wear a mask, have a temperature check and make a reservation

  Removal of parts of Cincinnati’s ‘Black Lives Matter!’ mural was planned for safety reasons, but that is being questioned

Planned removal of Cincinnati's Black Lives Matter mural being reconsidered.

  Free fishing days and Father’s Day weekend have lakes and rivers busy

Free fishing days allow those normally required to have a fishing license to fish for free

Large crowd gathers for Black Lives Matter march in Milford

BLM march in Milford draws a large crowd on Saturday.

  Cincinnati Zoo opens Wednesday for the first time in three months

There are a number of new coronavirus-related precautions and restrictions

Cincinnati Sports Club opens adults only pool

Adults only pool opens for the summer at lower capacity.

SPCA Cincinnati is waiving adoption fees the week

Over the next week, adoption fees will be waived for 50 animals at the SPCA Cincinnati

  Seven Cincinnati pools open Monday

Expect to see coronavirus precautions

Cincinnati Metro will no longer provide buses to Cincinnati police

Metro will be selling three city buses to the Cincinnati Police Department

  Seven Cincinnati pools will open Monday

Cincinnati Recreation Centers outlines reopening policies for local public pools.

Metro to suspend bus service at 11 p.m. nightly during curfew

The hours of the new curfew are 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. the following day.

Cincinnati METRO will suspend service at 8 p.m.

No trips beginning after 8 p.m. will operate.

CVS opens 34 COVID-19 testing sites in Ohio

Drive-thru testing sites made available as part of 1,000 testing site commitment from CVS