Today, Cincy is perhaps better known for its nine Fortune 500 headquarters, its well-regarded universities, its divisive chili, its much celebrated Great American Ballpark and more.
Years ago my husband and I went to Prague, specifically to see Czech marionettes perform a Mozart opera. I had been told by friends that it was the perfect place for us to vacation.
TORONTO | Jose Quintana and two relievers gave the White Sox something they hadn't had all year: a shutout.
When it comes to cuisine, Cincinnati is known for its quirky version of chili, a pile of sweet, cinnamon-flavored meat sauce served over spaghetti, topped with a heaping mound of shredded cheddar.
INDIANAPOLIS | State lawmakers this summer will study the ongoing and potential impacts of increased competition for Indiana's gaming industry, including the effects of a potential Chicago casino on riverboats in Hammond, East Chicago, Gary and Michigan City.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso could get high-speed rail passenger service before it gets the South Shore commuter line spur.
At least three local hospitals are playing a role in the state's effort to make trauma care accessible for all Hoosiers.
Snow burial gives way to a media cornucopia of soup, chili and other hot and hearty fare all over the Lake Michigan region. My best advice is try to stay with a group.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
DYER | Milos Rokosz periodically checks airfare prices online to see if he can get a good deal. He would rather spend a winter weekend catching grouper off the Florida coast than huddling indoors in Northwest Indiana.
MERRILLVILLE | A Fortune 50 consumer goods giant recognized a Merrillville-based company that makes water soluble films for detergent packets.
PITTSBURGH | The meeting was intimate and brief. Following his team's first 0-2 start in more than a decade, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and safety Ryan Clark huddled with remaining players from the club's last Super Bowl title in 2009 and tried to plot a course forward.
An army of tiny tree terrorists is bent on deforesting the state and the country.
VALPARAISO | To help prevent the Asian longhorn beetle from doing the kind of damage communities are now dealing with from the emerald ash borer, a two-hour workshop on the invasive pests will be held Monday for the public.
The emerald ash borer has done major damage already in Northwest Indiana, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage, but it might prove to be a piker compared to what the Asian longhorn beetle can do.
SOUTH BEND | Everett Golson is out for at least the fall semester at Notre Dame, saying he has been suspended by the university for what he called poor academic judgment.
INDIANAPOLIS | The ink is barely dry on Indiana's two-year state budget legislation, but the potential for new Illinois casinos is threatening to throw the Hoosier spending and tax cut plan out of balance.
INDIANAPOLIS | Armonty Bryant gets those awkward looks every time he tells someone he attends college at ECU.
SOUTH BEND | Notre Dame is hoping its stellar defense and rebounding can lead it to a Big East title.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. | Duke wide receiver Conner Vernon sees Thursday night's Belk Bowl against Cincinnati as a perfect opportunity to help the Blue Devils' football team emerge from basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski's shadow.
NEW YORK | The seven Big East schools that don't play FBS football are considering making a break from the drastically reshaped conference — and how best to go about doing it.
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