Read the latest news from the City of Cincinnati.
- April 22, 2015
- Cincinnati’s Open Data Portal ‘Opens the Books’ on Government Operations
Open Data Cincinnati allows anyone to browse through various datasets of information collected by the City to document how the government operates.
- April 10, 2015
- Mayor Cranley Offers Condolences To Lauren Hill’s Family
Mayor John Cranley joins all Cincinnatians in mourning the death today of Lauren Hill.
- April 8, 2015
- Sheila Hill-Christian Appointed As Cincinnati's New Assistant City Manager
City Manager Harry Black is excited to announce the hiring of Sheila Hill-Christian as the City of Cincinnati's new Assistant City Manager.
- April 2, 2015
- New Parking Meter Rates Start April 7
Based on utilization data analysis, some areas will see increased prices for on-street parking, while others will experience decreases.
- April 2, 2015
- Family of FAO Daryl Gordon Says 'Thank You'
The family of FAO Daryl Gordon provided the following public thank you and statement following an outpouring of support from the City of Cincinnati and people across the world.
- April 1, 2015
- 'Saying Farewell to Daryl Gordon'
Cliff Radel, during his stint as an award-winning columnist for The Cincinnati Enquirer, had the pleasure and honor of meeting Daryl Gordon while both Cincinnati natives were on the job.
- March 30, 2015
- Events Planned to Honor Life of FAO Daryl Gordon
The city of Cincinnati is honoring the life and years of service of FAO Daryl Gordon, a decorated firefighter who lost his life battling a fire on March 26. Events are planned on Tuesday and Wednesday.
- March 26, 2015
- City Mourns Death Of FAO Daryl Gordon
The City of Cincinnati mourns the loss of Fire Apparatus Operator Daryl Gordon, who sustained fatal injuries in the line of duty today.
- March 17, 2015
- City Ready To Clean Up After Ohio River Flooding
The City of Cincinnati is ready to start cleaning up as floodwaters recede along the Ohio River.
- March 11, 2015
- City Manager: ‘Be A Pothole Spotter’
City Manager Harry Black is asking Cincinnati drivers to join the campaign to "Be a Pothole Spotter."
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