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American Structurepoint Moves Forward with Hamilton County Government Center Addition

American Structurepoint has received notice to proceed with programming/concept design on the Hamilton County Government Center Addition. This project will include renovation of Hamilton County’s existing courthouse facilities as well as programming and design for an expansion in the area west of the existing courthouse and the river.

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Jobs paving the way for future career goals

My name is James Harley and I have two jobs – one as an advocacy support advisor for Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services and another as people greeter at Walmart. 421 more words

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Local sessions dedicated to finding meaningful work

The Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati (DSAGC) is hosting a six-week “Meaningful Employment Series,” beginning Sept. 17.

These workshops are geared towards both parents/caregivers and self-advocates to help empower them to find paid jobs or consistent volunteer roles in the community. 84 more words

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Convicted Ohio judge files civil lawsuit

CINCINNATI (AP) — A suspended juvenile court judge convicted of a felony and facing another trial has filed a lawsuit saying her rights have been violated. 108 more words

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Tracie Hunter Files Lawsuit Against Multiple Hamilton Co. Officials

(source:wlwt.com)

Convicted Hamilton County Judge Tracie Hunter is going after her accusers in court.

Hunter has filed a civil rights lawsuit against nearly two dozen elected officials. 63 more words

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TN man who climbed Brooklyn Bridge, took a selfie was arrested

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — A Tennessee man was arrested for illegally climbing the Brooklyn Bridge back in July.

According to WTVF, 21-year-old David Karnauch was arrested Sunday in Hamilton County after a warrant was issued by the New York Police Department. 62 more words

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Truck Driver added to TBI's 'Top 10 Most Wanted' list

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Another name was added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s ‘Top 10 Most Wanted’ list.

According to the TBI, Benjamin Scott Brewer was driving an 18-wheeler while impaired on June 26 in Hamilton County. 74 more words

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