Hannah K. Sparling, Enquirer

Hannah K. Sparling


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Hannah:

Cincinnati just spent the last of its 2021 stimulus money. Here’s where it’s going.

There was a debate over which spending plan to approve, with one council member accusing another of giving 'political speeches.' → Read More

After Ohio Rep. Brad Wenstrup complains, FBI changes designation of baseball shooting

The shooting is now classified as "domestic violent extremism" after it was initially labeled "suicide by cop." → Read More

Cincinnati to break ground on ‘largest municipally led solar array project’ in U.S.

The New Market Solar Project will sit on roughly 890 acres of land in Highland County, about 45 miles east of the city. → Read More

A Black director wants to show his movie in neighborhood parks. One local park said no.

Ever since Symmes Township said no, it made director/choreographer Darnell Pierre Benjamin want to show the film there even more. → Read More

Cincinnati Issues 1 and 2: Voters appear to back anti-corruption measures for City Hall

Cincinnati citizens Tuesday passed a pair of anti-corruption measures that will make it easier to remove a council member in the event they are arrested. → Read More

Issue 3: Polls are closed. Will the amendment pass?

After a contentious campaign, polls are closed and, one way or the other, Issue 3 is decided. → Read More

Vice President Kamala Harris has landed at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport

Friday's visit will be Kamala Harris' first to the Queen city either as vice president or as a candidate on the presidential ticket. → Read More

Issue 3: Proponents, opponents square off in virtual Enquirer debate

If you weren't watching, you missed a good debate. But here are five key takeaways. → Read More

Vice President Kamala Harris will come to town on Friday, talk transit with Cincinnati Metro

The White House hasn't released details of the visit yet. → Read More

Issue 3: How do other cities run their affordable housing trust funds?

Here are three examples of how other cities run their affordable housing trust funds. → Read More

Issue 3: Will Cincinnati voters demand the city spend $50 million a year on affordable housing?

If Issue 3 passes, Cincinnati, a city of 300,000, will spend more than half a billion dollars on affordable housing over the next decade. → Read More

Issue 3: Is this the one thing on which Dems, GOP, Charterites all agree?

All three political parties oppose the amendment, which has become one of the most contentious issues on the ballot this May. → Read More

It 'defies logic': Rep. Wenstrup wants new investigation into congressional baseball shooting

U.S. Rep. Brad Wenstrup asked for a new investigation, saying the FBI's initial determination "defies logic." → Read More

Cincinnati promises $35.5 million for affordable housing

The city's announcement comes two weeks ahead of the vote on Issue 3, the highly controversial affordable housing charter amendment. → Read More

Ohio plans $2B in infrastructure investments

The Ohio Department of Transportation is planning an event to kick off the 2021 construction season. → Read More

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine: Dora crowds at The Banks ‘troubling’

The governor said he wouldn't advise his family to go to a place like the Dora, and he wouldn't go himself, either. → Read More

As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations tick up in Ohio, Gov. Mike DeWine gives update on state's response

As COVID-19 cases tick up, Gov. Mike DeWine plans to urge Ohioans to get vaccinated and remain cautious at his 2 p.m. Thursday briefing. → Read More

After Supreme Court order, final language for Issue 3 affordable housing amendment approved.

The Hamilton County Board of Elections made a last-minute revision to the amendment on Wednesday, following a Ohio Supreme Court order. → Read More

Brent Spence Bridge: Biden infrastructure proposal includes money for 10 most 'economically significant bridges.'

The bridge's importance was driven home last year when a truck fire forced it to close for six weeks last year following a truck fire. → Read More

Issue 3: Court orders new ballot language for affordable housing amendment

The court denied parts of the claim, but still ordered the Hamilton County Board of Elections to approve new ballot language. → Read More