Ally Kraemer, WCPO

Ally Kraemer

WCPO

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Ally:

Food bank receives funding to keep serving area families

The Butler County Commissioners allocated $100,000 for one of the largest food banks in the area in order to continue to serve families in need. → Read More

Holiday lights not working? Recycle them

As people put their lights up for the holidays, they inevitably find a strand or two that don't work, but instead of throwing them away, consider recycling them. → Read More

Recovery underway for over 30 surrendered dogs in Adams County

A breeder surrendered 32 Siberian Huskies with health conditions to the Adams County Dog Warden a few weeks ago, and recovery for the dogs is slow going. → Read More

Recycling cardboard now is key for future pandemic purchases

Black Friday and Cyber Monday means even more packages and cardboard boxes will be piling up on doorsteps. Recycling all those extra cardboard boxes is key to keeping the supply of paper essentials in stock. → Read More

‘Lasagna Mamas’ share love and warm meals

As a Lasagna Mama, Joy Brinkdopke makes a pan of lasagna once a month for a family in need. → Read More

Middletown loyalty program hopes to help small businesses

A new loyalty program started by Downtown Middletown Inc. hopes to help small businesses in the city, as well as reward loyal customers. → Read More

Anderson Twp. Stuff the Medic Unit Toy Drive returns

After a year of ups and downs, at least one thing has stayed the same: the Anderson Township Stuff the Medic Unit Toy Drive is back for the holidays. → Read More

Toys for Tots is still spreading cheer this holiday season

After a tumultuous year, Toys for Tots is still planning on providing some holiday cheer to those in need, but they need your help to do so. → Read More

Changes to the Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign

The Salvation Army's Red Kettle campaign is about to kick off, but while things may look different, there is still a need for donations. → Read More

Celebrating Veteran's Day in a pandemic

Communities and organizations are set to celebrate Veteran's Day, but the pandemic has some handling things a little differently. → Read More

Local boutique turns your 'Clutter 2 Care'

If you're hoping to get rid of some items around the house, maybe consider donating them to a local nonprofit shop that helps with outreach programs. → Read More

DAV 5K looks different, but still happening this weekend

People might not be able to gather for the DAV 5K this weekend like they normally would, but that doesn't mean the 5K isn't happening. → Read More

Nonprofit serving twice as many young parents as usual

An official with local nonprofit that serves young parents said they have served about twice as many parents this year as in years past, and they think the pandemic is to blame. → Read More

One woman works to keep NKY students safe during pandemic

One woman in Kentucky might be retired, but she has stayed busy during the pandemic to help make sure students in one northern Kentucky school district are safe. → Read More

Ways to help keep your children safe this Halloween

Despite the pandemic, many communities are still having trick-or-treating for Halloween, so some local doctors weighed in on ways to help keep your kids safe if they are going trick-or-treating Saturday night. → Read More

Coffee shop customers pay it forward for others

Most of the people who buy their morning cup of coffee at Wyoming Community Coffee are looking out for their neighbors and buying them coffee too. → Read More

Panel to discuss correlation between Ohio gun violence and pandemic

Two mass shooting survivors and a politician who saw her city through a mass shooting will lead a discussion today at 10 a.m. on how the recent uptick in violence across Ohio might be connected to the pandemic. → Read More

Farmers to Families to give out boxes of food today

Families from around the Tri-State can go to Clough Pike Baptist Church today to receive a free box of food from the USDA program Farmers to Families. → Read More

Remembering a kind and caring man with 'Random Acts of Kindness'

Those who knew Brad Giesting call him caring and kind, and it is with him in mind that they started Random Acts of Kindness Day in 2017. → Read More

'Operation Pumpkin' is still on, but there are a few changes

Usually around this time of year, some streets in Hamilton are shutdown for fall festival 'Operation Pumpkin,' but since we are still dealing with a pandemic, there are a few changes to the event this year. → Read More