Laura Mazade, Enquirer

Laura Mazade


Lansing, MI, United States

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Past articles by Laura:

More than 65 restaurants and bars opened in Greater Cincinnati this year

Year 2021 was a big year for the return of restaurants. Here are 70 that opened in Greater Cincinnati. → Read More

Plan for delays and lots of other drivers if you're traveling this Thanksgiving

If you're planning on driving this Thanksgiving holiday, you'll be joining 2.2 million Ohioans who will also be on the road. → Read More

Cincinnati election results: Hamilton, Butler, Clermont and Warren County races

What's on my ballot Ohio: Get the latest Cincinnati election results, the Cincinnati mayoral election results, Cincinnati City Council race results. → Read More

More money at the pump: Gas prices are high in Cincinnati, across U.S.

According to AAA, the national average price for a gallon rose six cents in the past week, now at $3.38. The pump price has gone up every day in the past 27 days, AAA said. → Read More

Calling all coffee lovers: Cincinnati Coffee Festival returns this weekend

Dubbed the "Midwest's largest festival for coffee lovers" the Cincinnati Coffee Festival is returning after taking a year off due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Court Street Lobster Bar announces permanent closure

Court Street Lobster Bar in downtown Cincinnati announced it will be closing at the end of this month. → Read More

Stink bugs are everywhere. How to keep them out of your home and get rid of them

It is stink bug season, and they are seeking shelter for the winter months. Here's how to keep them out of your home and how to get rid of them. → Read More

Pete(r) Rose is storming the Atlantic basin

Two tropical storms, Peter and Rose, formed in the Atlantic basin, and some Reddit users have pointed out the names and Cincinnati Reds' Pete Rose. → Read More

Who should wear a mask and when, according to latest CDC guidelines

As kids get back to school and states see a rise in the COVID-19 delta variant, here is what the latest CDC guidelines say about masks. → Read More

Commemorate 2021 with cicada gear ... 'cause they'll be out in force soon

Let's commemorate year 2021 with some cicada swag. There are earrings, T-shirts, bandanas, mugs ... you name it. → Read More

Ohio mass vaccination sites: See a list of where they will be across the state

Gov. Mike DeWine announced in early March that mass vaccination sites would be set up across Ohio. So far, most of the sites have no opening dates. → Read More

Revolution Rotisserie closes Over-the-Rhine location, citing pandemic

Revolution Rotisserie's location in Over-the-Rhine will permanently close,, its owner Nick Pesola said in a Facebook post. Pleasant Ridge location will remain open. → Read More

Sign up for the free Coronavirus Watch newsletter for latest updates impacting community

Sign up for the Coronavirus Watch newsletter to get the latest information impacting Greater Cincinnati, Ohio and Kentucky. → Read More

Sheriff: Driver hospitalized, officer injured after car bursts into flames in Sycamore Township

A driver was hospitalized Saturday evening after the driver's car was crashed and then burst into flames in Sycamore Township, officials said. → Read More

Oh no... TikTok illustrates aftermath of JuJu Smith-Schuster dancing on the Bengals logo

The Pittsburgh Steelers wideout was seen dancing on the Bengals logo before the game Monday night. And yes there's a TikTok for the aftermath. → Read More

Weddings in Ohio: New guidance offered on receptions and banquets, number of attendees

Ohio gave some guidance on how weddings, receptions and banquets can proceed amid the coronavirus outbreak and reopening on Thursday. → Read More

Ohio face mask order: Is it mandatory to wear face coverings?

In addition to other social distancing practices, face coverings will be mandatory for employees and customers at all times, Gov. DeWine said. → Read More

What does the stay-at-home order mean for Ohio

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced that Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton has implemented a "stay-at-home" order. More on what that means. → Read More

Mapping the counties in Ohio with confirmed coronavirus cases

As of Monday, April 6, there are 4,450 confirmed cases, with 142 deaths in the state. → Read More

Ohio takes over the entire country in viral map

A viral map circulating on social media is taking that point to an extreme, particularly around Ohio and how the state is leading the U.S. response. → Read More