College Hill in the News

Local businesses find new ways to stay open during coronavirus pandemic.

March 28, 2020 (WCPO). Area businesses are innovating, coming up with new ways to reach customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some are going to extra lengths to make sure they have a business to return to once the virus runs its course. For Tina Soeberl, every cup of coffee adds up. “I start every day…
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COVID-19: Here are big and small ways local businesses, community members can help healthcare workers

March 26, 2020 (Cincinnati Enquirer). Silk Road Textiles, a craft shop in College Hill, is offering do-it-yourself face mask kits for $15. The kit includes instructions and materials needed to make 15 masks. Place an order before noon Thursdays by calling 513-541-3700 or email silkroadcincy@gmail.com. Pick up is between 3 and 6 p.m. on Thursdays at 6106 Hamilton…
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Coronavirus pandemic: Highlighting the good and the bad of the emergency response

“Bravo to the College Hill Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation for giving 14 neighborhood business district tenants a break on their rent in April due to the economic impact of the coronavirus. Taking this burden off of these small businesses that are in a financial pinch because of the governor’s directive to close in order to thwart the…
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Local small businesses hoping for community support

COLLEGE HILL, Ohio (WKRC) – Many small businesses around the Tri-State are still up and running. Thanks to several types of community support, owners are staying optimistic.

Cincinnati organization waives month’s rent for 14 businesses amid COVID-19 outbreak

CINCINNATI (WLWT) — An organization in College Hill is taking steps to help local businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

14 College Hill businesses have April rents forgiven during coronavirus outbreak

CINCINNATI (FOX19) – The College Hill Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation says it is abating April rent for commercial tenants during the coronavirus outbreak, affecting a total of 14 businesses along Hamilton Avenue.