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Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Dan:

Cincinnati is reopening as coronavirus cases rise. The White House says that's a bad idea.

White House and CDC guidelines say COVID-19 cases should be on a 'downward trajectory' before cities reopen. Cincinnati's trajectory is heading up. → Read More

Clifton Cultural Arts Center ends search for new home, plans $8.5 million complex

After a difficult two-year search for a new home, the arts center finds a new site in Clifton and prepares to launch a fundraising campaign. → Read More

Cincinnati's archbishop defends firing of Catholic high school teacher who is gay

Supporters say respected teacher at Alter High School lost job because he is gay. Archbishop says decision was based on church teachings. → Read More

It's Election Day in Ohio. But if you haven't already voted, it's probably too late.

After canceling the March 17 primary because of the novel coronavirus, Ohio is trying an all-mail election Tuesday. You might have to get used to it. → Read More

Will the pandemic shrink Cincinnati? It might if the census count keeps lagging

Counting the population during a pandemic isn't easy. It's especially hard to reach poor and minority residents in city neighborhoods. → Read More

Cincinnati religious groups want taxpayer bailout: Even clergy salaries could be covered

Religious groups have applied for government help during the pandemic. Some worry the new rules go too far, blurring the line between church and state → Read More

A coronavirus story: How and why this tiny microbe makes you sick

The novel coronavirus is tiny, but it packs a big punch. This is what happens inside your body when the virus arrives and spreads. → Read More

'It never stops': How the coronavirus ravaged a Cincinnati family

First, one brother fell ill. Then another. And another. The novel coronavirus took hold of the Hahn family and still hasn't let go. → Read More

1 in 4 city workers will get full pay while on furlough, cashing in time off

City of Cincinnati officials hope to save $40 million through furloughs this year, but they save less when workers cash in time off → Read More

'Welcome to Palm Sunday': Christians begin holiest week with worship from afar

Whether at drive-in movie theaters or livestreamed Mass from empty cathedrals, Christians began their holiest week adapting to the coronavirus → Read More

Catholic bishops suspend all services through May 3 because of coronavirus

Ohio's bishops will cooperate with Gov. Mike DeWine's stay-at-home order for all of April and the first Sunday in May because of coronavirus fears → Read More

Cincinnati Archbishop Pilarczyk's funeral today will be live-streamed because of coronavirus fears

Pilarczyk was known far and wide for his leadership in the church, but the coronavirus pandemic will force most to watch his funeral via livestream → Read More

Retired Archbishop Daniel Pilarczyk is dead, led Cincinnati Catholics for quarter-century

Pilarczyk guided the Archdiocese of Cincinnati through some of its most trying times, from financial hardship to the clergy abuse scandal. → Read More

It's not Election Day after all: Here's the latest on Ohio's primary chaos

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine shut down the state's primary after a long, confusing legal fight. But plenty of big questions remain unanswered. → Read More

Ohio election lawsuit: Why this 81-year-old woman wants to stop primary

When Gov. Mike DeWine sought to delay Ohio's primary, he turned to Judith Brachman, a long-time advocate for the elderly → Read More

Coronavirus wins Ohio primary: What election delay means for candidates, issues

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine will seek to delay Tuesday's primary election, leaving candidates and issue advocates scrambling to figure out what it means → Read More

'It doesn't seem real:' What happens when coronavirus puts the world on lockdown

Humans were social animals long before social media. Now, we have to navigate a world in which being together could be deadly. → Read More

This mom needs to keep a roof over her kids' heads. In Cincinnati, it gets harder every day

Page Berry needs to keep a roof over her kids' heads, but Cincinnati is a hard place to be a renter. → Read More

Cincinnati City Councilwoman Tamaya Dennard stepping down

Cincinnati City Councilwoman Tamaya Dennard resigns in wake of arrest on federal charges. → Read More

Will Tamaya Dennard quit City Council? She says she'll decide next week.

Embattled Cincinnati City Council member says she will decide by the end of next week whether to heed calls for her resignation → Read More