The Higher Cincinnati tales that you must know to begin your week



Schnitzel the goat marches in the Bockfest Parade 2016. (Photo: Der Ermittler / Madison Schmidt)

Welcome to March. Here’s what you need to know to start your week and month.

Kentucky is switching to the new vaccination phase

Kentucky opens COVID-19 vaccinations for Group 1C today

The group includes people aged 60 and over, people aged 16 and over with illnesses that are at high risk of serious illnesses due to COVID-19. and a long list of essential workers.

It includes grocery store workers, U.S. Postal and transit workers, grocers, construction workers, and many others.

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The mayor’s race has been discontinued

The field in Cincinnati’s Mayor’s Race is set this week.

Hamilton County’s electoral authority will vote Tuesday to confirm the candidates’ petitions.

It will there are probably six candidates in the running, most since 2001 when the strong mayoral system was introduced.

reporter Scott Wartman will have the latest developments this week. Follow him on Twitter for breaking news.

Who will make it to the tournament?

Towards the end of the regular NCAA basketball season, the Cincinnati Bearcats and Xavier Musketeers have two games left before their respective conference tournaments.

While the Bearcats are certainly out of the NCAA tournament at this point, the Musketeers are currently in the bubble.

X meets Georgetown on Tuesday at 7 p.m. and Marquette on Saturday at 9 p.m.

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Bockfest returns

The 29th annual Bockfest starts on March 5th in a reduced form.

There won’t be a parade, but you can still party at local bars, restaurants and breweries.

You can even celebrate with her at home new packages.

Check out our Things to do side to find more events happening this week.

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