Jeanne Houck, Enquirer

Jeanne Houck


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Jeanne:

New earnings tax to fund infrastructure for the Gallery at Kenwood

Construction is underway on a $130 million development in Kenwood and a new earnings tax will be levied to fund infrastructure supporting it. → Read More

Matthew 25:Ministries to distribute free COVID-19 kits to the public on Wednesday and Thursday

Matthew 25: Ministries will provide the public with free COVID-19 supply kits Wednesday, May 27, and Thursday, May 28, at its headquarters in Blue Ash. → Read More

Hamilton County communities returning to normal after abnormal day of flooding

Officials in Hamilton County communities say things are largely back to normal today after a decidedly abnormal day of flooding on Tuesday. → Read More

Deputies: Hebron homeowner shoots at, collars burglar

The Boone County Sheriff’s Office says a man is behind bars after he tried to burglarize a home and was shot at and collared by the homeowner. → Read More

Nearly 200-year-old Catholic Telegraph newspaper folding . . . to become a magazine

The Catholic Telegraph, the monthly newspaper of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, is about to become a magazine. → Read More

Small plane crash closes Northbound I-75 at Ronald Reagan

Cincinnati police say Interstate 75 northbound is closed at the Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway due to the crash of a small plane. → Read More

Springdale police looking for 11-year-old girl who ran away from foster home

Springdale police say they are looking for an 11-year-old girl who ran away from her foster home Thursday night. → Read More

Coroner: 5-month-old baby girl died in apparent drowning

The Hamilton County coroner says a 5-month-old Mount Airy baby is dead and apparently drowned. → Read More

Coronavirus in Ohio: State suspends sale of non-resident hunting and fishing licenses

Ohio is suspending the sale of non-resident hunting and fishing licenses until further notice beginning at midnight tonight because of COVID-19. → Read More

Cincinnati Zoo steps up safety measures after Bronx Zoo tiger tests positive for COVID-19

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is stepping up safety protocols following news that a tiger at the Bronx Zoo tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus: First Clermont County COVID-19 death reported

Clermont County Public Health has announced the first death of a Clermont County resident who tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Who's enforcing DeWine's orders and who's not? The Enquirer investigated

Area health departments have ordered at least seven businesses closed. But we don't know the total. Records are incomplete and enforcement varies. → Read More

Clermont County Public Health closes gym, animal grooming at two pet stores

Clermont County Public Health has closed a gym and ordered two pet-supply stores to stop grooming animals, per COVID-19 rules. → Read More

Coroner searching for relatives, friends of Over-the-Rhine woman

The Hamilton County Coroner’s Office is looking for relatives or friends of a woman who died March 15 at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. → Read More

Red River Gorge closed because of the new coronavirus

The Red River Gorge is closed. → Read More

Health officials: Protect children in busy parks amid COVID-19 pandemic

It’s finally spring, and local parks are one of the few escapes people have as they ride out stay (mostly)-at-home directives due to the COVID-19 outbreak. → Read More

COVID-19: Butler County sheriff wants Middletown Health Department to name the positive

The Butler County sheriff says he will ask common pleas court officials to order the Middletown Health Department to reveal the locations of people who have tested positive with COVID-19. → Read More

Hamilton County sheriff to 'non-essential' businesses: Close or face charges

Owners of non-essential Hamilton County businesses as defined by the state lockdown order will face a misdemeanor charge they don't close. → Read More

Solid Rock Church continues to meet as coronavirus outbreak worsens

A Butler County church that is continuing to conduct services as the COVID-19 outbreak worsens is causing alarm in the community. → Read More

Customs seizes shipment of counterfeit vaping devices in Cincinnati

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized a shipment containing 72,500 counterfeit packets of disposable vaping devices in Cincinnati. → Read More