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Swann song inevitable for Bengals

By Conrad Clowers Cincinnati Herald Contributor Last night’s Bengals game may be the last game remembered for Marvin Lewis’ employment…

Smitherman seeks to strengthen City policy on sexual harassment

Cincinnati City Councilman Christopher Smitherman has introduced a motion to strengthen the City’s policy around sexual harassment. Council members, including…

Citywide Kwanzaa Celebration is coming up soon

The Annual Citywide Kwanzaa Celebration is coming up soon. This grand event has been a tradition in Cincinnati for over…

The Friends of The Cincinnati Herald Holiday Musical Concert December 16

Robert Humphries, chair of The Friends of The Cincinnati Herald 4th Annual Holiday Musical Concert being held Saturday, Dec. 16, at…

Trump’s tax cuts will only ensure poverty for minorities

By The Honorable Dwight Tillery Former Cincinnati Mayor There’s been much discussion about inequality, income disparity, wealth disparity and wealth…

Over-the-Rhine economy booming, according to report

The Over-the-Rhine (OTR) Chamber of Commerce announced that nearly 40 new businesses have joined the dynamic dining, shopping and office…

CAA leader announces retirement

Longtime president and CEO Gwen L. Robinson will step down this spring Gwen L. Robinson, president and CEO of the…

NAACP Announces 49th Image Awards Nominees

Johnson Calls Event ‘Beacon of Light’ (NAACP/TriceEdneyWire.com) – The nominees for the 49th NAACP Image Awards were announced today with Netflix and OWN…

African American Girls Book Club teaches pride, self-esteem and Black history

Enjoying tour of Paul Laurence Dunbar home, are, from left in front row, tour guide LaVerne Sci, Amber Brown with…

Kneeling fine, but there is a better way to address police killing Blacks

Letter to the Editor Dear Editor: I just watched the unedited video of the police shooting of Patrick Harmon in…