The Children's Home of Northern Kentucky is using gift to create a behavioral health treatment space. Read more

People's Liberty is seeking three more artists to utilize their storefront Globe Gallery at their organization's headquarters at Findlay Market. Read more

A diverse coalition of community leaders seek to help close the achievement gaps facing disadvantaged and minority students. Read more

A high-profile and diverse, cross-sector group of community leaders has been convened to determine how to pay for two years of quality preschool for all kids and is expected to be put before Cincinnati-area voters in the fall of 2016. Read more. 

Carol Ann's Carousel opened Saturday following a ribbon-cutting ceremony, drawing hundreds of kids from the Tri-State region. Read more.

Meet Jonathan Queen–the artist commissioned to paint the parks landscapes and city landmarks adorning the carousel–as well as several of the animals you can ride on Carol Ann's Carousel. Read more.

People's Liberty launches its final program, awarding eight project grants to individual area residents to implement their innovative ideas and impact their communities. Read more.

Reconnecting young bodies and minds to the outdoors has some surprising results. Read more.

Lumenocity will return but will start charging admissions, add an additional show and reduce the capacity of the viewing lawn. Read more. 

UC Health has signed on as the first major corporate sponsor of Cincy Red Bike. Read more.

StrivePartnership report card show regional gains in test scores but gaps still exist for poor and minority students. Read more.

People's Liberty opens its offices in the former Globe Building at Findlay Market. Read more.