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Cincinnati Cancer Advisors provides no-cost, second opinions for newly diagnosed

In 2018, Cincinnati Cancer Advisors founder Dr. Bill Barrett, a co-chair of Cincinnati Cancer Foundation, had a revolutionary idea focused…

Benjamin Allen was team, university and community leader

Benjamin Allen, a three-time Xavier track letter winner and senior team captain, is listed as the first Black graduate of…

Ayani Weaver named 2022 Boys & Girls Clubs Youth of the Year

Ayani Weaver, a member of the Larry & Rhonda Sheakley Club, was awarded the 2022 Youth of the Year for…

Photo gallery: HBCU Classic at NBA All-Star weekend ends with Howard defeating Morgan State

The NBA announced an extension of its ongoing commitment to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) with new programs designed…

Fans are super ecstatic over Super Bowl bound Bengals

More than 30 thousand Cincinnati Bengal fans filled the lower level of Paul Brown Stadium Monday night for a pep…

Doctors called me a ‘miracle woman’

Cincinnatian Rosalyn B. Fuller, a 5-year pancreatic cancer survivor, knows a lot about the impact the disease has on patients…

Winners announced in West End Library contest

The library service in the West End this year reinstated the Mary Finley Memorial Essay and Speech Contest, which had…

Cincinnati Children’s celebrates new Critical Care Building

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is celebrating the completion of a new Critical Care Building

More than a Grammy. That’s the Funk

Photos and Story By Michael Mitchell The initial Black Music Walk of Fame induction was held Saturday at Andrew Brady…

Survivors of 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre share eyewitness accounts

Reports from Herald Columnist Jim Clingman, NPR, Tulsa Historical Society and Wikipedia contributed to this article Viola Fletcher, the oldest…