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Xavier rallies past Texas A&M for 1st NIT title since 1958

If this was the last NIT championship game at Madison Square Garden, it certainly was a thriller. Especially for Xavier.

Black Music Walk of Fame to be held with Music Festival return this summer

Cincinnati Black Music Walk of FameInduction Ceremony and dedication will take place at the Andrew Brady Music Center on Saturday,…

Joella’s Hot Chicken Launches New Heat Level Just in Time for National Hot Chicken Day

Joella's Hot Chicken has added a new heat level to the menu, just in time for guests to give it…

Ask The Expert

As I get older, I notice that I have these “fat bags” that sit halfway down my nose positioned under…

Jackson wins GOP vote, nearly assuring Supreme Court seat

Maine Sen. Susan Collins said Wednesday she will vote to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Small Business Spotlight: Barely Blush

Barely Blush was a seed that was planted as a young child growing up in the mid 90’s. I observed…

20,000 attendees expected for 2024 AME Church conference in Cincinnati

The African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church – the largest Black Methodist denomination in America – has selected Cincinnati USA for…

FDA authorizes 2nd COVID-19 booster shot for people over 50

By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia The Food and Drug Administration has granted permission for a second COVID-19…

Biden Signs Bill Making Lynching a Federal Hate Crime

By DARLENE SUPERVILLE Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed a bill into law to make…

False arrest of reporter covering Hunter trial still haunts woman, changed her life

Reporter Vanessa Enoch, a doctoral student at the time, was covering the Hunter trail in 2014 for the Herald when…