The 18 panels of the Roebling Murals at the Covington Waterfront depict the history of Covington from 800 BC to the present day.  <span class='image-credits'>Joe Simon</span> Covington's City Hall task force  <span class='image-credits'>Joe Simon</span>

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Community engagement maximizes place-based investment, improves quality of life

Organizations across Greater Cincinnati are getting involved with grassroots neighborhood organizing and engagement to foster social capital.

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Meet the future of manufacturing: IDEALAB 2019

A movement of "small batch" producers are creating and nurturing jobs and businesses and sustaining communities.

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Cincinnati’s next IDEALAB: How to remake the urban manufacturing economy

On May 9, thought leaders and entrepreneurs will meet at Xavier's Center for Innovation to share ideas about improving urban communities. 

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Event focus: Philanthropy through the eyes of the next generation

In the next 10 years, billions of dollars in wealth will be passed down to the next generation of Northern Kentuckians. A half-day event on May 6 seeks to explore how some of that money can tie into the interests of young philanthropists.

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New center next step for NKY Latino community

This Q&A piece with Leo Calderon, the board chair for the new Esperanza Latino Center in Covington, offers insight into how the founders hope their efforts will make an impact for NKY's growing Latino community.

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Covington's task: Build a better City HallCitizens step up to help plan a more functional future

A new task force will take the long view on city services and resident desires as Covington seeks a potential light at the end of the tunnel to the issue of its nomadic City Hall.

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Better together: Just because your job is remote doesn’t mean you have to be lonely

Sure, you can work at a coffee shop. But why not try a co-working space instead?

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Bourbon gets top billing in new NKY 'signature event'

A major new celebration for all of Northern Kentucky debuting in October aspires to be the "SXSW for bourbon."

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Alexandria is the seat of Campbell County and home to Campbell County High School. The city's roughly 10,000 residents relish in outdoor activities, many of which are offered at expansive A.J. Jolly Park. The park features hiking and biking trails, golf, horseback riding, hunting, camping and
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