Highland Heights, Kentucky – Despite the recession, local tourism and convention bookings had a good year in 2009. That's the word from local officials and the Cincinnati USA Convention and Visitors Bureau. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg attended yesterday's annual meeting and prepared this report.
Highland Heights, KY – Despite the recession, tourism and convention bookings has a good year in 2009. That's the word from local officials and the Cincinnati USA Convention and Visitors Bureau. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg attended yesterday's annual meeting with the report.
Highland Heights, KY – Singer-Songwriter and fine guitar player Willy Porter stopped by the WNKU studio last Friday to talk with John Patrick about his new disc How to Rob a Bank, and to play some on that Willy Porter signature guitar he was toting.
" Cincinnati, Ohio" – If you live in Ohio and are thinking about buying a new major household appliance, you could be elligible for a rebate of up to $250. Department of Development Spokesperson Bethany Close says the new program will reduce energy use in the state and will help stimulate the economy. WNKU's Matt Kelley asked Close where the money came from...( get rebate information at www.ohioappliancerebate.com )
Highland Heights, KY – Friday night at 6, Bockfest begins with its annual parade. Mike Morgan, executive director of the Over The Rhine Foundation, says Bockfest is a celebration of Over the Rhine's brewing history, and the special relationship between goats, and beer...
Highland Heights, Kentucky – Recently the Hamilton County Commissioners put together a citizen panel charged with coming up with ideas to make county government more efficient and cost effective. To find out what the committee will do, WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with County Commissioner Todd Portune.
Highland Heights, Kentucky – "I completely understand what I'm heading into." That's what Butch Jones, the new University of Cincinnati football coach, told a Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce audience at an "Eggs and Issues" program yesterday. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg reports.