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  • The Department of Justice will be with you to help you continue reforms

    May 23, 2015, 10:04 a.m.

    The nation’s newly installed top law enforcement officer, U.S, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, made the first stop of a five-city national tour in Cincinnati Tuesday as she meets with law enforcement agencies and community leaders across the country to get a handle on public safety issues at the local level. Lynch stopped at Chase Elementary School in Northside to moderate a Jeopardy game in a third class there, then spent the afternoon touring the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and meeting with law enforcement agency representatives and civic leaders to learn about their specific concerns at a roundtable discussion on police-community relations.
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  • Howard Bond remembered

    May 23, 2015, 10:19 a.m.

    Howard H. Bond, 77, a prominent Cincinnati businessman and civic leader who died April 27, 2015, was remembered by friends and business and civic associates at a service May 9 at Allen Temple A.M.E. Church in Bond Hill. Mr. Bond was remembered for his leadership in helping make several Fortune 500 corporations more inclusive, for providing seed money to help start a major Black-operated investment firm, his dedicated involvement in a number of civic organizations, his commitment to education, his worldwide travel, his love and ownership of race horses and his success in betting on the ponies, and even his provision of a bottle of spirits to warm up a foursome on chilly Sunday morning on the golf course.
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  • Faith leaders, activists ask MLK to address injustices here during All-Star Game

    May 23, 2015, 9:55 a.m.

    Bishop Bobby Hilton, president of the Cincinnati Chapter of National Action Network, and members of the Coalition of a Just Hamilton County, are asking Major League Baseball officials to address police brutality and the blatant disregard for the rights of African Americans as part of MLB’s All-Star Game community engagement activities when the game is played in Cincinnati in July.
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  • UnitedHealthcare Baby Shower shares tips for caring for healthy babies

    May 23, 2015, 10:15 a.m.

    UnitedHealthcare Community Plan’s online interactive incentive program, Baby Blocks, was shown to help expectant mothers in Ohio deliver healthy babies. Ohio ranks fortieth in overall health, with more than seven infant deaths before the age of one for every 1,000 live births. Mom and moms-to-be took steps to improve their health and the health of their babies by participating in baby showers organized and hosted by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Ohio.
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  • Dr. Alvin H. Crawford, MD, receives international honor

    May 23, 2015, 10:07 a.m.

    Dr. Alvin H. Crawford, Professor Emeritus of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Cincinnati, is the recipient of an Honorary Professor Degree conferred by the University of Ioannina during a special convocation held at the university in the City of Ioannina, Greece, on April 2, 2015. Dr. Crawford is internationally recognized as a pediatric surgeon specializing in Spinal procedures.
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From left, Kenijah Cooper (12) helps out Alison Nurree, RN with the Cincinnati Health Department in a healthy food demonstration at a baby shower hosted by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Ohio and local non-profit Helping Young Mothers Mentor.  At the baby shower moms were able to meet with health experts and representatives from the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program, Early Head Start, Hamilton County Help Me Grow and Healthy Beginnings to get answer to many of their questions about taking care of their babies, including prenatal and child-care safety. Photo Photos by Joe Harrison, JH Photography

UnitedHealthcare Baby Shower shares tips for caring for healthy babies

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan’s online interactive incentive program, Baby Blocks, was shown to help expectant mothers in Ohio deliver healthy babies. ...