• Sun. Oct 25th, 2020

Weird ending opens new focus

By Conrad Clowers Herald Sports Writer The 2020 MLB season ended the same way the 1995 season ended for Cincinnati.…

Woman’s City Club presents forum on criminal justice reform

By Sarah Gideonse Woman’s City Club Wednesday, October 28, 6:30 p.m. Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ohio-justice-and-policy-center-tickets-123580985053 Speakers, David Singleton, Executive Director, and Sasha Naiman,…

Study impacts of White supremacy and economics of local Black women

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels By Kate Tepe The Women’s Fund The Women’s Fund has released a report outlining…

New Northside transit center provides improved connections and rider amenities

The Northside Transit Center includes covered waiting benches, enhanced landscaping and scenery, enhanced lighting, and more. Photo provided By Brandy…

New stimulus plan to help struggling local restaurants and bars

Photo by: Arseniy Rogov/Getty Images/iStockphoto By Mariel Carbone CINCINNATI — Cincinnati is launching a new stimulus program to help local bars…

Trump: No stimulus until after election

By Al Tompkins President Donald Trump said the country needs and wants a second stimulus bill. But on Tuesday [October…

‘We want the thing gone ASAP!’

Speakers become emotional at hearing about city’s police gun range adjacent Lincoln Heights By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Lincoln…

Art Museum exhibition explores themes of justice and equality in works by Hank Willis Thomas

“Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal…” is on view at the Cincinnati Art Museum from September 4 through November…

Kate Schroder: I want to show-up for Ohio’s First Congressional District

ITALICS: Kate Schroder is a Democrat running for Congress in Ohio’s First Congressional District By Kate Schroder Our country has…

Beatles vs. Stones show comes to Cincinnati stage

The mops or the ‘bad guys’? You decide. Photo provided Contributed For decades, the battle has raged: Beatles or Stones? …