Paola Suro, WCPO

Paola Suro

WCPO

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Paola:

Kids First Sports Center offers new education program

Kids First Sports Center usually offers ways for children to stay active, but since a lot of children are learning virtually, they are offering a new program to help those learning online. → Read More

The renovations coming to Innovation Alley

Innovation Alley in Covington is known for fostering new businesses and bringing change to the region, but now officials are trying to bring change coming to the alley. → Read More

These top Ohio jobs can help you get back on your feet

While unemployment has caused pains for many local people, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine recently listed careers which are in high demand right now across Ohio. → Read More

Crayons to Computers helps students learn and teachers save money during pandemic

Teachers are adjusting the way they’ll be teaching in this upcoming school year, and a local organization that hands out free school supplies is shifting the way it gives back to the community. → Read More

Keeping school buses safe during the pandemic

While school boards have discussed reopening classrooms as safely, one school bus company is making sure that school transportation will be safe too. → Read More

Grant program gives $200K to Black women-owned salons affected by COVID-19

The Salon Give Back Grant Program is giving hundreds of thousands of dollars back to Black women-owned salons impacted by the pandemic. → Read More

Local photographers offer free headshots for people who are unemployed

Four local photographers are taking free headshots for people who are unemployed amid the pandemic. → Read More

Public to weigh in Tuesday night on development on land of former Beverly Hills Supper Club

More than 40 years after a fire tore through the Beverly Hills Supper Club, killing 165 people, people will be able to discuss plans for a new development on the site of the fire Tuesday night. → Read More

Kable Academy boot camp helps people start new careers in cyber security, coding, web development

Five years ago, Chris Ellison changed careers. Now, Ellison is changing other people’s lives 12 weeks at a time as director of learning at a brand new tech boot camp in Cincinnati. → Read More

Local online marketplace holds auction to support arts community

A local online marketplace is holding a special auction event from Wednesday to Sunday to benefit the local arts community. → Read More

Thanks to an inherited disorder, Green Twp. officer in need of a kidney

After living with polycystic kidney disease, an inherited disorder that forms cysts in the kidneys and depletes their function over time, Green Township police officer Troy Biggs is now in need of a new kidney. → Read More

Recreation officials concerned over fireworks, social distancing

Most fireworks displays have been canceled due to COVID-19, which means many are planning to shoot them off at home or surrounding areas. → Read More

Firework sales soar this year after big display cancellations

The COVID-19 pandemic has canceled a lot of firework shows in 2020, but that has seemingly launched firework sales into the stratosphere. → Read More

Where and when to find free food as we rebound from COVID-19

Christ Church Cathedral is one of many churches in the area handing out free food to whoever needs it. → Read More

How an NKY company is helping businesses and employees prosper in the midst of COVID-19

Northern Kentucky Tri-Ed has been helping existing companies grow and bring in new companies to the community. But during the pandemic, they also have been helping employees with unemployment. → Read More

Looking for a job? This local organization can help to get you one today

The Urban League of Southwestern Ohio has shifted its job training and resume workshops online to keep helping the community for jobs, but in early June, it also added a new way for people to access jobs immediately. → Read More

Covington offers incentive to Kenton County landlords who switch to Section 8

The city of Covington is looking for more landlords like Larry Griesinger, who will convert 12 of his rental properties into Section 8 housing. As an incentive, the country is offering an additional payment of $500 per tenant to landlords who choose to be in the program. → Read More

Local researcher uses movies and flip books to share science behind COVID-19

She says words and pictures can increase knowledge on the issue → Read More

Pastor's virtual 'Race, Rage & Fear' event draws over 100 attendees to discuss racial disparity

Reverend Derek Terry, who serves at the St. Peter's United Church of Christ, said that while the majority of the Zoom conference's attendees were white, the group was still diverse, with differing experiences and cultures from across the nation. → Read More

Free webinar to help unemployed find a career path, help with funding

The career center at UC Clermont sits empty right now, but that doesn’t mean their work has stopped. All their aid has moved online, where a free webinar will be held for the whole community, in partnership with the Clermont County division of Ohio Means Jobs. → Read More