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Having compassion is not enough: Cincinnati feels the ‘Berne’

Senator Bernie Sanders speaking at Walnut Hills High School. Photo by Celeste Kearney Written by Celeste Kearney Almost 1,000 people…

d.e. Foxx & Associates names Sparkman CEO, expands leadership team

CINCINNATI – d.e. Foxx & Associates, Inc. announces the appointment of Gerald A. Sparkman as CEO of the global d.e.…

County, City MSD partnership is a win for ratepayers

By Commissioner Todd Portune, Commissioner Denise Driehaus, Mayor John Cranley, and Vice Mayor David Mann Over the course of the…

The truth about John Cranley

Dena Cranley. Photo provided By Dena Cranley My name is Dena Cranley and I am the wife of Cincinnati Mayor…

RoJo Productions presents gospel artist, rapper

RoJo Productions presents “I’ve Changed” featuring National recording artist Shirley Murdock and female rapper Yo-Yo, along with Shaun Ross September…

Conversations with Cincinnati City Council candidates

On Election Day, voters will face the challenge of choosing up to nine among as many as 27 candidates running…

Simpson in effort for funding to fight heroin, opioid epidemic

Dr. Kamaria A. Tyehimba. Photo provided UMADAOP-Cincinnati, one of the leading social services agencies dedicated to drug abuse outreach in…

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…