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Herbert Walker, Jr. was U.S. Postal employee who spent life serving others

Herbert Walker, Jr., a champion of the underserved and a bellwether in the struggle for racial and gender equality, died…

Another successful year for the SWEL program

Summer Work Experience in Law (SWEL), welcomed 31 students into its eight-week program this summer. The purpose of SWEL is…

Caleb Mickler joins African American Chamber staff

Caleb A. Mickler. Facebook photo The Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky African American Chamber of Commerce announces the addition of Caleb…

Mayweather place in history solid

By Conrad Clowers Cincinnati Herald Contributor There is a dispute over who is the greatest welterweight /junior welterweight/ middleweight in…

Court of Appeals takes the court to the community

Judge Marilyn Zayas (center) with community members. Photo provided Hamilton County’s First District Court of Appeals will be taking the…

Roger Wilkins: We thank you

Roger Wilkins. Provided By Dr. Niathan Allen Herald Contributor The recent death of Roger Wilkins, former Assistant Attorney General, leaves…

Cincinnati Red Cross responds to Hurricane Harvey

Cincinnati Red Cross heads for Houston. From left are Red Cross Chief Chapter Services Officer Elvia Price; Lyn Walraven, Red…

What’s next for The WIZ’s King Sharif?

By Autumn Francisco The Cincinnati Herald Sharif D. King, also known as “King Sharif,” is a radio personality over at…

23 candidates make November Council race

Cincinnati voters will select from 23 candidates for their new City Council in the November election. Three seats will be…

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center to Host I AM JANE DOE Screening

Noon and Evening Screenings of Documentary to Take Place on September 8 CINCINNATI, OH (August 31, 2017) – The National Underground…