3:05 PM EST, Fri March 07, 2014
Cincinnati Bearcats Rumors & News
There's good news for basketball fans needing a resolution to the Covington Catholic-Newport Central Catholic regular-season showdown in Park Hills that was suspended after halftime due to a wet floor with CovCath leading by five.
The 17-room Beaux-Arts house designed by Samuel S. Godley and built for company founder Frank Herschede's family of 10 in 1908 can be bought for $474,900.
While I'm away, readers give the advice. On feeling guilt for dating after a partner's death: Several years ago, our darling son died suddenly while recovering from cancer surgery.
The eyes of National Football League scouts will be on the University of Cincinnati on Thursday, the annual NFL pro timing day for 2013 UC seniors and some other former Bearcats players.
The Reds got a triple dose of good news on the injured pitcher front Wednesday. Right-handers Mat Latos and Mike Leake threw bullpen sessions, and left-hander Sean Marshall resumed throwing.
Courtrooms are supposed to be temples of civility and deliberate justice. But in a Hamilton County courtoom recently, the judge and a defendant's family member lost their tempers, making an ugly situation even uglier.
Two members of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission weighed in Wednesday against new minority inclusion efforts passed by Cincinnati's City Council hours earlier.
Is tax abatement something meant to help the city or just another example of entitlements for the wealthy ('City tax breaks benefit well-off neighborhoods,' March 2)? A kind of socialism for the rich.
Police in at least four Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky communities are looking for a woman who is suspected of using stolen credit cards.
What does bock beer go with? Sausages and more bock beer, right? Well, there's no denying that, but this year, six restaurants on Vine Street are experimenting with bock-friendly food that goes beyond sausages.
Bearcats Blog | Cincinnati Enquirer Mar 5, 2014
As his final home game at UC approached this week, UC guard Sean Kilpatrick, the number two scorer in school history behind Oscar Robertson, was asked to name his five most memorable games at UC. This is what he came up with: 1. UC’s 71-68 win over Syracuse in the semifinals of the Big East […]
Have questions about filing your 2013 income taxes? Join our tax chat from 9-11 a.m. Saturday at Cincinnati.com. Questions will be answered live by Tom Cooney and Crystal Faulkner, partners at Cooney, Faulkner and Stevens.
As the movement to recognize same-sex marriages gains momentum, no one wants to be the George Wallace of marriage equality.
Senior forward Will Felder finished with 26 points for the RedHawks (12-16, 8-9 Mid-American Conference), tying his career high at Miami.