Cincinnati Enquirer

Daily morning newspaper that is the highest-circulation print publication in Greater Cincinnati (Ohio) and Northern Kentucky.
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Primary geographic focus: Ohio
Organization type(s): Media


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Grant aims to bring stability to children of the opioid epidemic

Nancy Daly
Cincinnati Enquirer
October 25, 2018
The U.S. Department of Justice has awarded a $666,176 grant to expand services for children who are victims of the opioid epidemic.

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Walnut Hills residents face losing their affordable housing from HUD

Monroe Trombly
Cincinnati Enquirer
September 22, 2017
More than 100 families at the Alms Hill Apartments face losing the affordability of their housing, as HUD seeks to stop providing subsidies that are provided under a project-based Section 8 contract.


No, courthouse doesn’t have self-help center

Ted Berry
Cincinnati Enquirer
September 1, 2016
Far too many people who appear before us are poor, uneducated, unfamiliar with the justice system or illiterate.


Expand legal services for the poor

Robert Newman
Cincinnati Enquirer
March 31, 2016
There are two great, gaping holes in the legal system.

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Residents: Building a ‘nightmare’ even before roof collapse

Cameron Knight
Cincinnati Enquirer
November 12, 2015
Residents of Avondale's Burton Apartments demanded action from their landlord Wednesday after a roof collapse displaced 30 households – approximately 70 people, 17 of them children.

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