Randy Tucker, USA TODAY

Randy Tucker

USA TODAY

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Recent articles by Randy:

No clubs? No problem. Five Iron Golf will provide clubs, grub at new indoor facility in Cincinnati

New York-based Five Iron Golf plans to open a new location later this year in a 13,000-square-foot space inside the Foundry building. → Read More

New cocktail bar coming to The Banks

4EG announced Tuesday that it has signed a lease for the 13,000-square-foot space formerly occupied by Joella’s Hot Chicken at 180 E. Freedom Way. → Read More

Where's the most expensive suburb in Ohio? Not Columbus, despite magazine report

With a median home value of about $1.5 million, Indian Hill takes the top spot as the most expensive suburb in the Cincinnati area. → Read More

Cincinnati's Carew Tower under contract to be sold in April, court records show

The owner of the Carew Tower at 441 Vine St. has entered into a purchase and sale agreement with an unidentified buyer, according to court documents. → Read More

120-acre Blue Ash Dora district coming up for public hearing next week

Blue Ash City Council will hold a public hearing Thursday on plans for a designated outdoor refreshment area at the Neighborhoods at Summit Park. → Read More

The Banks' apartments, restaurants and retail space for sale

Nicol Investment said Wednesday that is selling the two luxury apartment complexes at the center of The Banks development on the Ohio River → Read More

Greater Cincinnati gas prices nearing $4 a gallon on average in wake of Ukraine conflict

The average price of a gallon of regular gas in Cincinnati was $3.66 cents on Thursday, according to the AAA's website. The price in NKY was $3.52 → Read More

New Ohio River bridge next to Brent Spence won't require tolls, governors of Ohio and Kentucky say

At a news conference on Monday, Feb. 28, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced plans to fund a companion to the Brent Spence. → Read More

Swensons Drive-In Restaurant coming to Oakley as part of new $9M retail development

A developer plans to build a 1,600 square-foot Swensons drive-in on a 2.7-acre site on Madison Road, plus another building for retail tenants. → Read More

First look: Foundry building overlooking Fountain Square showcases latest office space

International financial services firm, Deloitte, opened its new 30,000-square-foot office on the second floor of the Foundry in mid-December with space to accommodate more than 160 workers. → Read More

Ovation in Newport: New grocery, spa and luxury condos could be part of next phase of development

Images for the next phase of development at the Ovation in Newport show space for several new bars and restaurants, luxury condos and a grocery. → Read More

'It's crazy.' Bengals gear going fast in wake of historic AFC Championship win

Ecstatic fans snapped up Bengals' T-shirts and hats at Koch Sporting Goods and The Bengals Pro Shop after the team's AFC Championship win Sunday. → Read More

Northern Kentucky lands giant indoor farming operation from 80 Acres Farms

The new farming operation will be located in an existing 200,000-square-foot building at 7455 Empire Drive. → Read More

Titans restrict electronic ticket transfers to discourage Bengals fans from attending playoff game

The Tennessee Titans have changed their ticket transfer policy so tickets can’t be transferred to someone else until 24 hours before kickoff Saturday → Read More

Joe Burrow is No. 1, but this lineman is among the top 5 best selling Bengals jerseys

Quarterback Joe Burrow ranks No. 1 for jersey sales at the Bengals Pro Shop, followed by receiver Ja'Marr Chase. → Read More

P&G pulls out of CES tech show amid COVID-19 concerns

Procter & Gamble on Tuesday became the latest Fortune 500 company to pull out of the CES show next year in Las Vegas in the wake of the spread of the coronavirus’ omicron variant. → Read More

Bowling alleys, Rookwood fountains and more: Impressive houses were 'On the Market' in 2021

Some of the 2021 listings included a Frank Lloyd Wright home, a resort-like water-lovers' dream in Mason, and another complete with a Brunswick bowling alley in Deerfield Township. → Read More

'I suck at golf. So I took the cigar route,' says Cincinnati cigar maker Alex Spencer

In 2019, Alex Spencer launched Alex Spencer Reserve boutique cigar company from his home in Cincinnati's Madisonville neighborhood. → Read More

'A precarious situation.' Ohio refinery shutdowns could cause multistate fuel shortages

Husky Marketing and Supply Co. in Lima and Marathon Petroleum in Ironton temporarily shut down their refineries earlier this month for maintenance. → Read More

Deloitte Cincinnati 100: Carl H. Lindner Award goes to J.T.M. Food Group's Tony Maas

Maas will be recognized Nov. 17 for his business acumen and charitable giving as the winner of the 2021 Carl H. Lindner Award for Entrepreneurship and Civic Spirit. → Read More