Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls said it would be impudent to cancel the project, but Mayor-elect John Cranley questions the data.
Cincinnati's charter requires the mayor and City Council to take their oaths of office at 11 a.m. Dec. 1 -- which is a Sunday this year.
Cincinnati may forfeit $40 million in grants if the streetcar project is canceled, a federal administrator said.
Mayor-elect John Cranley announced Wednesday night that City Manager Milton Dohoney Jr. has agreed to resign by the time Cranley and the next City Council take office Dec. 1.
Cincinnati Mayor-elect John Cranley and the Port Authority have agreed to end the city's parking lease.
Using the motto, “Cincinnati: Let Us Grow,” the pro-streetcar group wants to get busy before Mayor-elect John Cranley and a new City Council take office Dec. 1.
A day after Cincinnati voters elected a mayor and a City Council majority opposed to the streetcar, more battles are brewing over the project.
The addition of Kevin Flynn, David Mann and Amy Murray will lead to some policy shifts at City Hall.
John Cranley's single-minded focus on the streetcar and parking lease issues were a winning formula, giving him the edge over Roxanne Qualls.
Although most voters in Cincinnati identify themselves as Democrats, there are several Republican, Charterite and independent candidates running for City Council.
In the last major debate before Cincinnati voters cast ballots for the next mayor, Roxanne Qualls emphasized her experience while John Cranley said it's time for new ideas at City Hall.
A property tax levy renewal on the November ballot would aid the 500 animal species at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden.
A private group wants to change how Cincinnati pays for city employees' pensions, but officials say it would create new problems.
A quick guide to where Roxanne Qualls and John Cranley stand on the issues in Cincinnati's mayoral race.
With incumbents making news all the time, it can be hard for challengers to make a mark with voters.
Politics and governing isn't so popular these days. In fact, there's not enough people running for office in the tiny village of Addyston.
As he prepares to leave office Dec. 1, Mayor Mark Mallory reflects on Cincinnati's changes during his two terms.
A nonprofit firm made the loan in 2009 to help build a medical office facility in East Price Hill.
Cincinnati mayoral candidate Roxanne Qualls has Sly James, mayor of Kansas City, Mo., explain the importance of streetcars to revitalizing urban areas.
A lot is being said about Cincinnati's streetcar system on the campaign trail, but much of what's being said is exaggerated.