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Food aid without a hassle

Photo by edwin josé vega ramos from Pexels By Tom Rohr If you are in need of help with your food budget, here…

Police Recruit Test open

By Bruce Ross City of Cincinnati Job announcement for Police Recruit has just been opened for 30 days. This is…

Family takes Black history podcast national

Avery and Jackson Ausmer in their home studio where they create “Hey Black Child: The Podcast.” By John Bach, Herald…

Congressman John Lewis’ death catches people by surprise, but inspires all to do better

John Lewis, D-Ga., in his office at the Cannon House Office Building. Graham, Douglas (Photographer) By Andria  Y. Carter, Media…

ArtsWave surpasses $500K support for local Black arts

On Juneteenth, ArtsWave, the engine for the arts in the Cincinnati region, announced the first set of recipients of a…

Marge Schott’s name to be removed from university stadium

By WCPO Staff CINCINNATI — The University of Cincinnati’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously Tuesday morning to remove Marge Schott’s…

Harriet Beecher Stowe House Opens to the Public

Photo provided by http://stowehousecincy.org/index.html CINCINNATI, OH: In partnership with the Ohio History Connection, the Harriet Beecher Stowe House in Walnut Hills…

Cincinnati City Manager Patrick Duhaney leaving for Virginia Beach

Cincinnati City Manager Patrick Duhaney tenders his resignation to be sworn in as city manager of Virginia Beach, June 16,…

Community Food Pantry serves Avondale during pandemic

Volunteers provide area residents with food items during the COVID-19 crisis. Photo by Thomas Rohrer By Thomas Rohrer Herald Contributor…

The effect of the coronavirus on Black worship

By Tai Sims The Cincinnati Herald The 1st Amendment of The United States’ Constitution reads, “Congress shall make no law…