" Cincinnati, Ohio" – Food Network Canada is putting the finishing touches on an episode "The Opener", featuring Mark Jang's new spot in Hyde Park, Poco A Poco. Producers send a team of experts to consult on new restaurant concepts and help open new ventures. WNKU's Matt Kelley asked Executive Chef Blake Meier how they managed a spot on "The Opener" (Get more information about Poco A Poco at http://www.pococincinnati.com/)
By WNKU BusinessWise with Crystal Faulkner and Tom Cooney
WNKU BusinessWise 07-19-10
Highland Heights, KY – WNKU BusinessWise for the week of Billy Cyr, Pres. & CEO of the Sunny Delight Beverages Company; Trent Germano, senior member of Carter's development team; Patrick Longo, Director of Hamilton County Business Center and Mary Hurlburt, Certified Consumer Credit Counselor.
" Cold Spring, Ky." – The Campbell Lodge Boys Home is preparing to unveil its new Equine Center this week. The lodge houses at-risk boys 10 to 18 years old. Executive Director Barry Jones says the facility will provide year round equine therapy. He told WNKU'S Matt Kelley how they raised the money to build the twenty-two-hundred square foot center. (get more information on the Campbell Lodge Boys Home Equine Assisted Counseling Program or the open house at: http://www.clbh.org/Services/eac.asp )
Fort Mitchell, Ky. – A breast cancer diagnosis is devastating to the woman that receives it, but what happens to families when the primary care-giver is sick? Janet Chambers founded "I Have Wings" to help victims of the disease. She explained to WNKU's Matt Kelley why it's so difficult for families to cope (get more information about the walkathon at http://www.betterbodiesnky.com/ or, http://www.ihavewings.org/main/?q=node/4 )
Highland Heights, Kentucky – On Wednesday, July 28 at the Cintas Center on the Xavier University campus, there will be a public meeting on the proposal to convert the Cincinnati Water Works into a regional water district. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg asked City Manager Milton Dohoney why his administration is in favor of this change.
Highland Heights, Kentucky – A former Clermont County Clerk of Courts who is now a Foreign Service officer will be on his way to Baghdad this month to join a provincial reconstruction team. David Caudill has other strong local ties. He earned a B.A. in History and a Masters in Public Administration from Northern Kentucky University. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg caught up with Caudill at his home in Union Township and asked him why he chose to make such a big career change.
" Cincinnati, Ohio" – Elementary students at Summit Country Day School will be studying a foreign language in kindergarten this year. Interim head of the school Rich Wilson says parents will be asked to choose French or Spanish as a second language for their five year olds. Wilson explained the decision to WNKU's Matt Kelley ( get more information on Summit Country Day School at www.summitcds.org )