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Black apologizes to Cranley; mayor firm on removing him

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black offered Mayor John Cranley an apology Wednesday at City…

Prep sports: Deer Park captures Division III State Title

By Lannis Timmons Herald Contributor The Deer Park Wildcats entered the championship game with a 28-0 record, and a chance…

Martin Luther King, Jr. Coalition Remembers 50th Anniversary of King’s Assassination

CINCINNATI, OH – The Martin Luther King, Jr. Coalition presents “50 Years After Dr. King’s Assassination: Cincinnati Remembers.” Three speakers will…

Cincinnati Ballet Launches New Annual Family Series with Beauty and the Beast

Cincinnati Ballet is proud to announce a new, annual family series, with its inaugural offering of Beauty and the Beast.…

Linda Brown, Plaintiff in Landmark School Desegregation Case, Has Died

Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from NorthStarNewsToday.com By Frederick H. Lowe (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Linda Brown, the named plaintiff…

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Stages Sizzling Family Drama, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams’s Pulitzer-winning drama, by turns sultry and explosive, comes to the The Otto M. Budig Theater directed by Michael…

Councilman Young filing bribery charge against mayor

By Herald Staff City Councilmember Wendell Young said Tuesday he is accusing Mayor John Cranley of bribery after receiving a…

Navy corpsman known for battlefield heroics

By Asia Harris The Cincinnati Herald At age 21, Brodmon Drakeford Jr. joined the military becoming a member of the…

Funeral home directors say service is key to survival

Some of Cincinnati’s remaining owners of independent, historic African-American mortuary businesses are, from left, Linwood Battle, president of J.C. Battle…

Mayor, city manager dispute in Council’s hands

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald A majority on the Cincinnati City Council appeared ready on Wednesday afternoon to reject…