By WNKU Simply Money with Nathan Bachrach and Ed Finke
WNKU Simply Money 8-2-07
Highland Heights, KY – Nathan and Ed deliver this week's installment of 'Not Necessarily the Financial News', then they tour the Financial Network Group and talk with the firm's financial planners and experts on a wide-ranging array of notable topics in the world of finance, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on August 2, 2007.
Highland Heights, KY – The public vision workshop, called 'Greening the Gap', being held at Paul Brown Stadium tomorrow, is supposed to help create a collaborative vision for the proposed decks over Fort Washington Way, and is part of a nationwide celebration of the American Institute of Architects' 150th Anniversary.
By WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing with Vena Jones-Cox
Highland Heights, KY – Vena talks with Don DeRosa about selling property in a cold market and they answer listeners' questions by phone and e-mail, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 1, 2007.
Highland Heights, KY – Teaching your kids about sex, whether it's abstinence or practicing safe sex, is often a topic that makes many people uncomfortable, but research shows that kids want to hear about it from their parents.
Highland Heights, KY – Cincinnati City Councilmember, Laketa Cole, helped to bring the UniverSoul Circus back to the city for the first time in three years. The opening performance is August 30th and it runs through September 3rd.
Highland Heights, KY – Once the petition signatures are officially certified by the Hamilton County Auditor, the sales tax hike for a new jail, approved by Commissioners Todd Portune and David Pepper earlier this year, will go to the voters before it becomes official.
Highland Heights, KY – The Federal Highway Administration each year compiles data for the National Bridge Inventory. Statistics from 2004 show an average of 28% of each state's bridges are obsolete or structurally deficient. Among them is the Brent Spence Bridge that connects Cincinnati to Covington. The collapse of the I-35 Bridge yesterday in Minneapolis again put the Brent Spence in the spotlight.