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Bearcats could not tame the Mustangs

By Dan Sellers Herald Contributor On a mild autumn afternoon at Nippert, the embattled UC Bearcats looked to gain some…

Join me! Senovia Byndon, As I Walk/Host the Domestic Violence Solidarity Walk

Saturday Nov 4, AT 8 a.m. CINCINNATI starting from the Bond Hill Recreation Center at 1501 Elizabeth Place, to Woodward Technical High…

Rep. Reece reacts to shooting at Grambling State University

State Rep Alicia Reece (D-Cincinnati), a lifetime alumna of Grambling State University and former Miss Grambling State University issued the…

Procter & Gamble salutes Robert Robinson as a 2017 Man Of Honor (Men of Honor series 4 of 5)

The Procter & Gamble Company will salute Robert Robinson for his extraordinary accomplishments in Business during the 2017 Men of…

Street rescue announces next community gun buy back

The next Street Rescue “Community Gun Buy Back” is Saturday, October 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the…

How to donate to Avondale Thanksgiving Food Drive

The Avondale Community Council & Avondale’s Avenue District Block Club’s 7th Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive is Saturday, November 18, from…

The University of Cincinnati salutes Dr. Christopher Lewis as a 2017 Man of Honor

The University of Cincinnati will salute Dr. Christopher Lewis for his extraordinary accomplishments in Humanitarianism during the 2017 Men of…

Shelton-Reid, Inc. celebrates 10th anniversary

Tennel Bryant, founder and owner of “Aunty’s Homemade Food,’’ says a good “work ethic” was the key to his success.  …

Educator Lannis Timmons to replace the late Chris Nelms on CPS Board

  Cincinnati Public School District Board of Education unanimously voted Wednesday, Oct. 18, to select Lannis J. Timmons of Cincinnati…

White supremacist speaker event approved by UC Board

By Herald Staff The University of Cincinnati Board of Trustees debated behind closed doors for hours October 12 before announcing…