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Recent articles by Scott:

'That ground is sacred ground.' Community gathers to remember the Beverly Hills Supper Club fire

It may be the last memorial before the site is developed for the first time since the supper club burned to the ground. → Read More

Local protests over death of George Floyd set for Sunday and Monday

Organizers of local protests are stressing the need for safe and peaceful demonstrations. → Read More

COVID-19: City told bars and restaurants to cut down on the crowds. They did, Cranley says

By Monday, no citations were issued in Cincinnati. One cease-and-desist letter was handed out to a restaurant in Hamilton County. → Read More

Ohio Election: Dems choose Alicia Reece for county commissioner

Reece will face Republican Andy Black in the fall. → Read More

Retail opens today in Ohio. Here's what you need to know.

You can go shopping today in Ohio. But it's not going to be like it was before COVID-19. → Read More

Ohio and Kentucky governors the most popular during the pandemic

In all 50 states, residents approved of their governor's handling more than President Donald Trump's. → Read More

Hamilton County holding off on that extra coat of paint for the stadiums during the pandemic

The Reds and Bengals agreed to delay the repairs. 'They were very gracious.' → Read More

Hamilton County Commissioner race too close to call. Pillich and Reece locked in tight race.

Hamilton County Commission seat primary too close to call → Read More

Ohio Election: Charmaine McGuffey beats Jim Neil in Hamilton sheriff's race

It was a rare victory for a challenger knocking off an incumbent in a primary. → Read More

Zoom parties and yard work: How candidates are spending the primary election night.

The novel coronavirus pandemic not only changed how Ohioans vote in this primary, but also how candidates will celebrate on Election Night. → Read More

All eyes on Ohio: Nation will learn from Ohio's success or failure on Election Day

Ohio could set an example of how to quickly adapt an election during a pandemic. Or will it set an example of what not to do. → Read More

Coronavirus stretches local health department resources. Have we invested enough?

The Enquirer analyzed budgets for area health departments. → Read More

How many Hamilton County nursing homes have COVID-19 infections? Health dept. won't say

Nursing homes elsewhere in Ohio have been identified as being clusters of COVID-19 cases. But Hamilton County won't say if it's happening here. → Read More

Pandemic shutdown costing Union Terminal $1.5 million to $2 million a month.

Union Terminal, one of Cincinnati's most iconic landmarks, needs Hamilton County's help. → 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

National Guard tours Duke Energy Convention Center as potential makeshift hospital

The tour brought the plans to use the convention center a step closer to being ready as a makeshift hospital should the need arise. → Read More

Hamilton County looking at a 20 percent budget cut due to the coronavirus

The county is asking officeholders to find a way to make 20 percent cuts across the board in the county's $276 million budget. → Read More

Kroger now offering ballot applications in Hamilton County

It's part of an effort by Hamilton County to boost turnout after novel coronavirus pandemic prompted Ohio to suspend the March 17 primary → Read More

Ohio primary election 2020: Here's how it will unfold

After the pandemic stopped Ohio's primary, absentee voting will resume next week. → Read More

How your government operates in the time of coronavirus: 'They're hard days.'

So how does the government, which is supposed to open to the public, practice the same social distancing it's ordering the public to do? → Read More