MSJ sent Delhi Township a letter of intent to build a home baseball field in Delhi Park.
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If built it looks like MSJ's baseball field and expanded parking lot would occupy where Delhi Park fields #7 and #8 and two soccer fields currently sit.
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I assume MSJ is goring to maintain it as well? Agreed though, it’s a no brainer. Awesome for Delhi and cool for the younger kids who will get to play there.This is awesome!
Now about 16 or so years ago, MSJ was supposed to build a baseball stadium at their River Road fields, above where they built the softball stadium.
Delhi park definitely doesn't need all 9 baseball fields anymore, and losing 2 soccer fields isnt the end of the world either. If MSJ is paying for it, AND going to allow other uses such as little league games, this is an absolute no-brainer.
No I dont. I know right before they built the football stadium and built those River Road fields, they had a huge fundraising campaign and raised tuition significantly to pay for lots of campus additions that never came to fruition.Any idea why MSJ decided not to build a true field at the same complex as the softball stadium?
An enclave of about 700 people on Cincinnati's West Side has become the focus of investors with wildly different visions for the neighborhood.
Sedamsville, where Pete Rose played baseball as a youth at Bold Face Park, has struggled for years, its buildings on a hill overlooking the Ohio River emptying out and decaying.
Now about two dozen houses and 15 vacant lots nestled in the hills just north of the park are being auctioned off in a court-ordered sale of foreclosed properties in receivership.
The properties were previously owned by Sedamsville landlord John Klosterman, who has a long history of Fair Housing Act violations, including sexually harassing female tenants.
Klosterman and his wife, Susan, declared bankruptcy in 2019. Their old properties are being sold to the highest cash bidder in the foreclosure sale that ends at 9 a.m. Monday.
The West Price Hill Community Council made sure there would be no steamroller. Local 12 was told the businesses that are taking over that block on Glenway across from Elder and Seton high schools are going to be a restaurant and a brewery, and they will use the existing buildings. There is no word on when they will be complete.
The City of Cincinnati appropriated $2 million toward the $4 million restaurant and brewpub project. Proponents say they are afraid if it gets delayed much longer, they may lose that funding.
DELHI TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Mount St. Joseph University is one step closer to its first home baseball field.
Delhi Township trustees unanimously approved a letter of intent Thursday from Mount St. Joseph University for consideration of a collaborative effort regarding a baseball stadium in Delhi Park.
Content only available to subscribersGreat news; long overdue.
National Park Service funding will help to carefully uncover burial spots and burial patterns to begin restoration of the West Price Hill site.www.cincinnati.com
View of the Glenway Theater which was located on the southside of Glenway between Seton & Beech Street in Price Hill. Operated from 1913 to 1951.There was also a pharmacy in later years the name I don't recall. KFC was there in later years on the corner at Seton Avenue. . Photo taken March 1, 1943
The car dealership on the corner is still there and is purported to contain a collection of antique cars. I once saw the door on Beech open and yelled to the guy in the doorway, "hey, I hear there are a bunch of old cars in there", to which he replied "nope", the whole time I saw a row of tarped over cars behind him.
I remember the Original Sun Furniture Store was located a little further down on Beech Street. I remember my folks buying items from there back in the 70's. I believe Hogan had a Buick Dealer on Ferguson Road along with Cones and Denver (can not remember what automobiles they sold), Sieve Pontiac (sold to Bob Pulte in the 80's). Very neat piece of history.The car dealership on the corner is still there and is purported to contain a collection of antique cars. I once saw the door on Beech open and yelled to the guy in the doorway, "hey, I hear there are a bunch of old cars in there", to which he replied "nope", the whole time I saw a row of tarped over cars behind him.