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Who’s running for Cincinnati City Council

Contributed At this point, Cincinnati voters will select new council members in November from a field of 43 candidates who…

March On for Voting Rights planned in DC for Saturday, Aug. 28

August 28, 2021, marks the 58th anniversary of the March on Washington. Groups are expected to gather on the National…

House passes the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act

The John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act passed Tuesday on a 219-212 vote. No Republicans voted for the bill.

House passes Biden’s $3.5 trillion blueprint

By: The Associated Press & Scripps National WASHINGTON (AP) — Compromising with moderates, House Democratic leaders muscled President Joe Biden’s multitrillion-dollar…

Ask Ashlee: I’m pregnant

I just graduated high school last year, and I decided not to go to college right away while I worked…

EXCLUSIVE: Rev. Jesse Jackson Speaks About His and Wife’s COVID Diagnosis

In an exclusive telephone conversation from his hospital bed on Sunday, August 22, the renowned civil rights leader expressed his…

Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine granted full approval from the FDA

By: Scripps National The Food and Drug Administration on Monday issued full approval to the two-dose Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. “The FDA’s approval of…

The Cincinnati Herald Podcast Episode 33

This is the 33rd episode of The Cincinnati Herald Podcast. We discuss news that you can’t get anywhere else. On…

City and County honor local Olympic star Duke Ragan

Community members came together on Fountain Square on August 10 for a socially distanced celebration of Duke Ragan and his…

Harold Powell was principal at CPS and Archdiocese schools

Harold Powell, who served as principal and in other leadership positions at Cincinnati Public Schools and schools in the Archdiocese…