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Cincinnati soccer team awarded MLS status; will start play in 2019

Councilmembers David Mann, P.G. Sittenfeld and Amy Murray; Carl H. Lindner III, majority owner and CEO of FC Cincinnati; Mayor…

CPS board selects finalists for board vacancy

By Lauren Worley Cincinnati Public Schools The Cincinnati Public School District Board of Education has announced it has selected seven…

Rev. Damon Lynch Jr. robbed at gunpoint

By Dan Yount The Cincinnati Herald The Reverend Damon Lynch Jr., known as Cincinnati’s preacher and who has helped so…

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exchange vows in Blackest royal wedding ever

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exchange marriage vows as Markle’s mother. Doria Ragland, is seated in light green suit in…

Our people, our planet: T’Challa and Wakanda are green examples to follow

By Carla Walker Like many who saw the global record-breaking blockbuster, Black Panther, I’m already looking forward to the sequel.…

Area residents soon to be related to royalty

The Dabney Family. From left are Roanna LaCour, Steven Dabney, Dr. Paul Dabney, Kathleen Joiner, Gloria Dabney, Clarence Michael Dabney,…

Nefertiti royalty to be honored June 2

By Herald Staff The Cincinnati Herald’s Nefertiti Awards Banquet will honor extraordinary women who exemplify the wisdom and inner beauty…

Dominique Reeves in concert

Dominique Reeves, classically trained singer and daughter to the late Minister Paula Showes, will be in concert, Sunday, May 20,…

Cordray, DeWine win in primary; zoo, library levies win locally

By Herald Staff Richard Cordray, a Democrat, and Mike DeWine, a Republican, won their bids to represent their parties in…

Hamilton days could be numbered

By Conrad Clowers Cincinnati Herald Contributor You may as well sit down and just relax. The Reds are around a…