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Delhi Township (pronounced Dell-High) is one of twelve townships in Hamilton County and the only Delhi Township statewide. Called the "Floral Paradise of Ohio" the township has many hills and is cut by ravines caused by the decent of streams flowing to the Ohio River. Once a year the township hos...
11/30/2008
The Price Hill Historical Society preserves and celebrates the rich history of Price Hill. The society is located at 3640 Warsaw Avenue in the historic Art-Deco Provident Bank Building in the heart of the business district. Inside the society's museum you can discover permanent and rotating displ...
11/30/2008
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The city of Mount Healthy has a unique history. Originally founded in 1817, as the Village of Mount Pleasant, it renamed itself Mount Healthy in 1850, following a cholera epidemic. Many of the original citizens survived the epidemic and attributed the miracle to the fresh air provided by the loca...
11/29/2008
The observation deck of Carew Tower offers an astounding view of the Greater Cincinnati area. Located at 441 Vine Street in downtown Cincinnati, the building rises 49 stories above street level. As of this post, the Art-Deco building is the tallest skyscraper in the tri-state area. However, in 20...
11/28/2008
Located in a 1907 National Register firehouse at 315 West Court Street, the Cincinnati Fire Museum offers a look at the history of fire fighting in the Queen City. The museum has 200 years of fire fighting history on display. Some of the exhibits include old leather fire buckets, an early 1800's ...
11/27/2008
As a pet lover and keeper of a crazy little Chihuahua, I know the importance of good socialization and exercise for my pet. Did you know Cincinnati has ten Dog Parks where your family pet can run and play leash-free? The parks are located though-out the city and all rules and regulations are post...
11/26/2008
Laurel Court is located at the corner of Belmont and Oakwood Avenues in the College Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati. Designed by James Gamble Rogers for local paper magnate Peter G. Thomson, the residence is one of Cincinnati's most impressive homes. The beaux-arts structure includes 36 rooms, 20...
11/26/2008
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College Hill plans its annual holiday event Light Up College Hill Night. Each year the community lights its streets, sidewalks and driveways with paper luminaries. This year the event is planned for Saturday, December 13th at dusk. Take a drive and enjoy! If you'd like to call this area home, con...
11/25/2008
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Columbia-Tusculum is located on the east side of the city. Locally, it is known for its brightly painted Victorian style homes and as the oldest neighborhood in Cincinnati. Founded by Benjamin Stites in November of 1788, the settlement of the town predates Losantiville (Cincinnati) by a month and...
11/21/2008
Hamilton County Park District's tag line is "It's Great Outdoors" and it is! With 17 public areas and 4 other areas devoted to habitat preservation the parks within the system have something for everyone. You can camp, hike, golf, fish or participate in their many programs, it's up to you. Some o...
11/20/2008
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