Check out these renderings of the eagerly anticipated Northside Transit Center, as shared at the last Northside Business Association meeting by a representative of Cincinnati Metro. The plan is to hopefully break ground in October, followed by roughly 9 months of construction (weather dependent), resulting in 8 well-lit bays with a bit of shelter, seating,…

The Northside Community Council, supported by the Northside Community Fund, presents the Northside Porch Tour every other year. This year, approximately 150 houses are on Porch Tour route, see the map below for the planned route for 2019. Meet in the Children’s Park, corner of Chase Avenue and Fergus Street, 6pm-9pm on October 26th, for…

The World’s Longest Yard Sale, a super fun, and super long, annual event, runs from Michigan to Alabama along the US-127 corridor, AKA Hamilton Avenue as it runs through our fair Northside! The route spans 6 states (Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama) and is 690 miles long, and this year falls on August 1-4,…

Boswell’s – Cincinnati will be at Hoffner Park with breakfast fare 10am-12pm, set up near the shelter for Kegs and Eggs at the Carnival, where you can get a beer to go with your breakfast. The restaurant location will also be open at 11am offering a grilled out lunch picnic fare with two grills working…

It’s that time of year again, the Northside Business Association needs a few good volunteers to staff the 2019 Northside Rock & Roll Carnival, July 3rd and 4th, everything from help setting up, to selling beer tokens, serving beer, and of course, to help clean up afterward. Perks include a complimentary specially designed volunteer t-shirt,…

Help clean up Northside while meeting new friends and neighbors. Meet at the McKie Center 11am, April 28th. Snacks and drinks provided during registration, plus a pizza party at the end. All the necessary tools needed for the cleanup will also be provided, and trucks to pick up the collected trash. Come for the entire…

15 years ago, Cincinnati CityBeat published a cover story by Tony Cook, called “Upside to Northside: Cincinnati’s most diverse neighborhood seeks to maintain its mix” (February 25, 2004) READ IT -> https://www.citybeat.com/home/article/13020955/cover-story-upside-to-northside “People have been calling it a neighborhood in transition, but for like 20 years now. Northside is Northside. There’s always new shit happening,…