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Kings Island’s Beast to welcome 50 millionth rider

Kings Island jobs open house this weekend

UPDATE @ 3:35 p.m. Feb. 26:Kings Island is hosting a jobs open house Saturday for anyone 15 or older interested in working at the amusement park.

40 people subpoenaed to testify in Beck trial

40 people subpoenaed to testify in Beck trial

The prosecution has filed 40 subpoenas for people to potentially testify in the spring trial for former State Rep.

Manufacturing expansions add new jobs in Warren County

Manufacturing expansions add new jobs in Warren County

Manufacturing expansions in Warren County have the potential to create a total 350-plus new jobs over the next three years, adding to the broad-based economic growth experts are seeing throughout the Cincinnati region.

Greater Cincinnati’s top job announcements of 2015 — so far

Greater Cincinnati’s top job announcements of 2015 — so far

The year is still young, but several companies new and expanding in the region have announced plans to create hundreds of jobs in Greater Cincinnati and retain hundreds more, according to records kept by REDI Cincinnati and this newspaper.

Mitsubishi to break ground in March on $80M Mason factory expansion

Mitsubishi to break ground in March on $80M Mason factory expansion

A local auto parts supplier plans to break ground next month on a more than $80 million building expansion as national auto sales climbed for five consecutive years in 2014 to 16.

Area bedding manufacturer eyeing move, expansion to Monroe

A Cincinnati area bedding manufacturer is considering a relocation of its business closer to Interstate 75, according to information provided Monday by state and local officials.

Wind chill advisory goes into effect overnight

Temperatures will dive into the single digits overnight, which will make wet spots on roadways slippery for the morning commute, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Carrieann Marit said.

Slippery roads remain as snow stops

Roads will remain slick with temperatures lower than expected, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Rich Wirdzek said.

Snowfall Totals

Snow ends, but refreezing roads a danger

Now that snowfall has ended, it doesn’t mean the danger from the winter storm is over.Untreated roadways will remain treacherous across the region and as temperatures drop into the 20s, roads could refreeze late Saturday and overnight, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.

 
 

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