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Pandemic doesn’t dampen spirits of graduates as they look to future

UC cheers grads via virtual commencement By Michael Miller University of Cincinnati Communications The University of Cincinnati celebrated fall commencement…

West End Stadium launches online sign up for info on job opportunities

By Anne Sesler Herald Contributor In preparation for a Spring 2021 opening of West End Stadium. West End Stadium has…

Annual coat drive aims to provide 4,500 coats

By Claire Luby-Colton St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati The Society of St. Vincent de Paul’s annual coat drive is…

My Kidz hold annual toy drive, donate to Project Connect

Photo provided by Michael Mitchell By Michael Mitchell The Cincinnati Herald On Saturday, December 12, 2020, My Kidz held their…

Cincinnati mayoral race now fields six

By Herald Staff At this point, six candidates have announced they are running for Cincinnati mayor in the 2021 Cincinnati…

Kearney starts Avondale Safety Group

Kourtney Porter, Chief of Staff for Cincinnati Councilmember Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney, works with neighborhood children to make decorations for the…

From gun violence to solutions (WCPO special)

The Cincinnati Herald and WCPO-Channel 9 News partnered to take an in-depth look at the impact of Gun Violence on…

Answers and Solutions Sought as Gun Violence Impacts the City of Cincinnati

Kristen Swilley walking with Jennifer Foster and Andria Y. Carter (WCPO Photo) The Cincinnati Herald and WCPO-Channel 9 News partnered…

Helping Kids Find Another Way

Jared Ward. WCPO photo By Andria Y. Carter and Kristen Swilley CINCINNATI – On a cloudy day in October a…

Victims of Gun Violence Seek Solutions

Jennifer Foster. Photo provided by WCPO By Andria Y. Carter and Kristen Swilley CINCINNATI – Several neighborhoods in the City…