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Bill Cosby sentenced to 3 to 10 years in prison, files notice of appeal

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Contributor @StacyBrownMedia Bill Cosby arrived at the Montgomery County, Pennsylvania courthouse in a black…

Hubbard is latest homegrown Bengals implant

By Conrad Clowers Cincinnati Herald Contributor The NFL is starting to become well infiltrated by Greater Cincinnati League players. Luke…

Health Care Access Now receives more than $50,000 to expand maternal and child health care coordination programs and scholarships for Community Health Workers

Health Care Access Now (HCAN) was awarded a $50,00 grant from the HealthPath Foundation to support their Maternal and Child…

Big Brother is watching Cincinnati as the Shakespeare Company presents the Regional Debut of 1984

A searing new smash-hit adaptation of Orwell’s classic makes its regional debut with the Founding Creative Directors of Blink and…

The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati Presents SUPERMAN™

He “flies” into the Taft Theatre this October CINCINNATI: The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati will take audiences “up, up and…

Glenn is the anchor Cincy needed

Bengals’ tackle Cordy Glenn goes to work in the Bengal’s Thursday Night Football game against Baltimore. Photo by Michael Mitchell…

THE WILDS OF THE JUNGLE BOOK WILL VISIT CINCINNATI THIS FALL

Fast-paced, modern retelling to tour area community centers through Playhouse’s Off the Hill series Sept. 29 to Nov. 2. CINCINNATI…

African American Chamber to celebrate Black businesses

Businesses that ‘light the way’ event is Oct. 5 By Laura Carr Herald Contributor The Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky African…

‘Cincinnati strong’ speakers say after horrific bank shootings

Michael Jackson, the new president and CEO of United Way of Greater Cincinnati, at podium, stands with civic and interfaith…

‘Cincinnati strong’ speakers say after horrific bank shootings

Omar Santa Perez, 29, begins his shooting rampage at Fifth Third Bank at Fountain Square in downtown Cincinnati Thursday morning,…