Matthew Woolley is a graduate from the University of Cincinnati with a BA in Journalism.
He has worked for Soapbox Media, an online magazine reporting on new businesses, cool places to live and the best places to work in Cincinnati. He has created advertising material for the Cincinnati Park Board and worked as a contributing writer and editor for the Cincinnati Homeless Coalition's publication, StreetVibes.
Interests include exploring Cincinnati hotspots and art venues, traveling and reporting on social issues.
Cincinnati ranks second in the US for childhood poverty. Groups like The Women's Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation are working to break down the barriers that keep single mothers from rising above the poverty line.
Meet Ronnie and Willa, two Cincinnati residents who have faced what 25,000 people in the city experience each year: homelessness. Here they share their stories in video.
The city of Covington has designated blank walls along the Licking River Greenway and Trails network as canvases for artists of all types to add their own creative stamps among the series of murals created by ArtWorks.
Emmy Award-winning producer Mark Burnett, along with community business leaders, will speak at Crossroads Church's Unpolished Entrepreneur Hour.
Cincinnati’s own Graeter’s Ice Cream is officially launching its first significant product expansion in the manufacturer’s 144-year history.