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Neighborhoods group hands city council plan to reduce gun violence

By Max Bruns Herald Contributor  Brian Garry, founder and chair of Neighborhoods United Cincinnati, presents the organization’s plan to reduce…

Staking a claim in Over-the-Rhine

Future home of the Over-the-Rhine Museum. Facebook photo By Daniella Beltran The Over-the-Rhine Museum announces the next installments in its…

Food aid without a hassle

If you are in need of support for your food budget, here is a hassle-free way to get some help. Visit…

Community leaders open phase of Ohio River Trail West

City officials and community members were present for the opening of a section of Ohio River Trail West. From left,…

Cincinnati Bell offers free Internet, Wi-Fi to CPS students

Contributed Cincinnati Bell has partnered with Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) to offer free Internet and Wi-Fi to all CPS families…

Second round of Hamilton County CARES Small Business Relief Program begins

By Bridget Doherty @hamilton-co.org Hamilton County, Ohio (August 18, 2020) Small Businesses in Hamilton County have a second chance to…

Pipe Burst Causes Relocation of 26 NKU Students

By Lillian BrownCincinnati Herald Intern Twenty-six Northern Kentucky University were met with a wet dilemma during their first week of…

New leadership steps in at The Cincinnati Herald

The Herald Staff “We continue to bring ‘news you can’t get anywhere else’ and advocate for the African American community…

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…